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Promoter Goes to Court to File Charges Against 21 Savage for 2016 Non-Performance; What This Means to His Deportation Case

21 Savage scored a legal victory against a promoter looking to take advantage of his current citizenship status.

TMZ reports that southern Georgia’s district attorney declined to file charges against 21 on behalf of a promoter who claims he accepted payment for performance but never showed up.

The D.A. has rejected the felony case against him involving a concert promoter who claims he took $17,000 without performing.

TMZ broke the story … 21 was booked to play a club gig in Southern Georgia back in 2016. He got the $17k but never performed — he wanted the singer who was up before him to get off the stage and when the DJ refused 21 bailed. The promoter got a warrant but never pursued it, until 21 was back in the news after getting arrested by ICE. She then went to the D.A. to jump start her case.

21 now has no pending legal cases as he awaits the outcome of his current deportation case. He has reportedly applied to stay in the U.S but under Trump’s law cannot remain in the country while the decision is pending. A decision that could take years.

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