21 Savage has made a benevolent donation to the Southern Poverty Law Center that helped him when he was in trouble.
The rapper donated $25,000 to the non-profit civil rights group as thanks for the help they extended during his legal battle after his arrest by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement earlier this year.
The U.K.-born artist had faced deportation after ICE said he was unlawfully staying in the United States.
The contribution will fund providing detained immigrants in the South with access to legal counsel.
“21 Savage is making this donation public because everyday Americans need to know that ICE is using civil immigration detention as a weapon against immigrants, many of whom, like 21 Savage, have relief from deportation and are able to fix their immigration status,” immigration law attorney Charles H. Kuck said in a statement.
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