Top 3 Entertainment News Stories Of The Week: 21 Savage Released, YNW Melly Arrested For Double Murder, Jessie Smollett Attack Staged?
21 Savage was released this week from detainment by U.S. Immigration & Customs also known as ICE. He was released on Feb. 13th after posting a $100,000 bond. Some suggest that lyrics regarding immigration in his hit song "A Lot" led to his arrest but that hasn't been confirmed. The hip hop world was shocked when his British citizenship was discovered but after learning that he was still Atlanta raised, most of the social media frenzy has died down. In an interview with ABC News after his release, Savage stated that he still fears being deported. As if this wasn't enough stress for the Grammy nominated artist, upon his release he had to turn himself in on a warrant issued by a promoter regarding a missed performance in 2016 resulting in a $17,000 loss. He was almost immediately released but is now trying to get all his Affairs in order with the help of none other than Jay Z. We wish him all the best!
Ironically, "Murder On My Mind" Rapper YNW Melly has been arrested for murder in connection with the violent deaths of Anthony Williams and Christopher Thomas Jr. who were inspiring rappers and friends of Melly. In the early morning hours on October 23rd, 2018 the two victims were rushed to a hospital with multiple gunshot wounds and were pronounced dead a short while later. While Melly and his attorneys assert that the account of a drive-by shooting is accurate, authorities believe it was in-fact staged and Melly was behind the gun that claimed the two young lives. YNW Melly turned himself in to Miramar Police this week and is charged with 2 counts of first-degree murder. He is currently being held without bond.
The Jessie Smollett attack is now being shed in a negative light after new developments in the case was released. Apparently the two brothers that were arrested has previous connections to Smollett and it's being insinuated that the attack was staged. We will keep you updated on new developments as they're released.