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21 Savage's mugshot has been released as his felony theft case rages on.
The shot come after details surfaced days after he turned himself into authorities in connection with felony theft by deception, less than two weeks after he was arrested February 3 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
Felony - Theft - Deception - Allegations - September
The felony theft by deception allegations stem from a September 2016 show in which the 26-year-old rapper was slated to play at Hinesville, Georgia's Bo'Maz Club.
Club owner Karen Smith said she paid the Bank Account artist $17,000 for a show, but he and his entourage left prior to the performance after he was upset about the local rapper who was his opening act.
Club - Request - Firearm - Person - TMZ
He was also said to be frustrated at the club's request he not carry a firearm on his person, TMZ reported. Smith said she relented and permitted 21 Savage, real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, to bring along his gun.
The London-born performer told club employees to cut off his opening act, but they refused, spurring he and his entourage to walk out.
October - Smith - Paperwork - Authorities - Felony
In October 2016, Smith initially put in paperwork with authorities for a felony warrant against the rapper, which was granted, but...
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