OCILLA, GA (WALB) - Charles Kuck, the attorney for rapper 21 Savage, said that the artist is now out of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, and with his family in the Atlanta area.
Kuck confirmed to WALB that 21 Savage left the Irwin County Detention Center at around 11 a.m., but said that neither he, nor any one from their legal team, came to pick him up.
The attorney added that officials took the rapper out of the facility from a rear exit.
Kuck has already met with him, and he said that Savage is excited and grateful to be with his family, and excited to be back to his normal life.
The artist told Kuck he was treated with respect and dignity, and everyone especially the staff, made him comfortable during his time in Ocilla.
Flightaware.com logs show that the plane he was shown with on TMZ.com left the Fitzgerald Airport at 11:44 a.m. and landed at Dekalb-Peachtree Airport at 12:29 Wednesday afternoon.
The rapper was arrested on Feb. 3 near Atlanta and taken into custody by ICE agents who said the Grammy-nominated rapper is a United Kingdom national and has been living in the country illegally since 2006.
He has a federal court hearing in early April.