We learned 21 Savage was actually a British citizen in the United States illegally when he was arrested in Atlanta the day before Super Bowl LII and then taken in by ICE. Savage, his cousin Young Nudy and two other men had been targetted for aggravated assault in violation of the Georgia Gang Act.
UK Savage's case still hasn't been settled. While Savage doesn't think he'll be deported, he's prepared for that outcome. He discussed the situation with Big Bank. [Jump to 17 minutes.]
"The lawyers are dealing with it," he said when Big Bank asked him about the immigration case that could sent him back to England. "I don't think they're gonna deport me but if they do, sh*t, my money coming with me, for sure. I'll be alright, for sure. The money go wherever you go. They got rich people over there I'ma be one of them."
Savage then added that if he does have to go back home to the UK, he's bringing his crew with him.
"I'm taking everybody. Everybody coming. Everybody gonna wanna come," said Savage. "They not letting me go by myself anyway. They coming, for sure."
Savage then went on to explain how hard it was for him and his mom, knowing the were in the country illegally.
"I didn't get my license until I was 25," Savage explained.