Abraham-Joseph was arrested Sunday by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for overstaying his visa. 21 Savage entered the U.S. from the United Kingdom as a teenager in 2005, was convicted on felony drug charges in Georgia in 2014, and was arrested on Sunday as part of a targeted operation with the cooperation of local law enforcement.
'So far 21 savage memes have been my favorite part of the Super Bowl'. That being said, some fellow celebs, like Demi Lovato, thought the said memes were quite amusing so she proceeded to react to one that caused some backlash to come her way.More news: Chinese new year marks the year of the pig
Demi wrote that she 'wasn't laughing at anyone getting deported'.
Before she could go off the radar regarding the controversy, the singer took to Instagram and said, "Wasn't laughing at anyone getting deported". Sorry if I offended anyone. She went on, "But it's no excuse to laugh at someone's addiction, let alone their OD".
By deleting her Twitter, it seemed like the star wanted to get away from the toxic attacks but she couldn't help but fire back on her Instagram Stories.More news: WhatsApp finally has the feature requested by many iPhone users
Many of 21 Savage's fans and peers showed him support on Twitter.
Many users, though, thought it was a little much to pile onto Lovato when others were laughing at the same memes. "Hopefully you seen the ones providing comfort and prayer when you were down".
She later shared on her Instagram stories a lengthy response apologising for her actions and addressing those who shamed her for her addiction.
Demi has fought substance abuse for years, and finally admitted last June that she had relapsed.More news: Myths about the HPV vaccine continue to put people's lives at risk
According to the agency, 21 Savage is actually a British national and entered the country illegally in 2005, remaining in the USA after his non-immigrant visa expired a year later.