21 Wild wants all evidence gathered during his 2019 arrest deleted…because the superstar rapper says officers had no right to arrest him in the first place.
According to new legal documents obtained by TMZ, 21 Savage’s team filed a motion to block prosecutors from using evidence gathered after his arrest – claiming he was doing nothing wrong in February 2019, when security forces order stopped him, making it an illegal stop.
You may recall – it’s been a minute – officers say 21 threwcodeine out of the car with her keys when they shot him.
21 Savage’s Immigration Status Uncertain, Criminal Charges Leading To Delays
As for the armed cops found in the car…21 says “it was not illegal for the gun to be in the car”. Either way, the rap star has been accused of possession of drugs and firearmsand is facing deportation back to the UK…his birthplace.
The case has been going on for years, which made it a bit difficult maneuver as a rapper.
Nevertheless, 21 still found time to rock the Rolling Loud and Breakaway festivals this year… but it seems what he really wants is to get this thing over!!!
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