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21 Savage Turns Himself In on 2 Charges and Released on Bond in Georgia

21 Savage turned himself in to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office on two charges and was quickly released on bond earlier this week, as BuzzFeed News reports. Online DeKalb County Jail records show that 21 Savage was booked at 7:48 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday night and released on bond just 12 minutes later. The listed charges are: possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and possession of a gun.
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What Does Lindsey Graham Think About Donald Trump Running For President Again In 2024?

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham was one of former President Donald Trump's closest allies when he was in office. But Graham and Trump weren't always close, and their relationship raised eyebrows in Washington. Graham went from being a "Never Trump" Republican to one of his closest advisers. Before Trump became the Republican candidate for president in 2016, Graham tweeted: "If we nominate Donald Trump, we will get destroyed....and we will deserve it." Sen. Graham used to be Democrats' "go-to guy" for bipartisan deals. As one unnamed Democratic senator told Buzzfeed News, "it's like the guy I knew got kidnapped, and his twin brother showed up."

Boise Doctor Threatened For Not Prescribing Ivermectin

An Idaho doctor says she was threatened by the family of one of her patients for refusing to use the drug Ivermectin while under her care. Intensive Care Units across the state are being overrun with Covid patients. Healthcare professionals continue to tell the public they're at the breaking point....

21 Savage Turns Himself In on Drug and Gun Charges

21 Savage turned himself in to authorities at the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office in Georgia on Wednesday. The rapper faced two new charges for drug and gun possession, related to his ICE arrest in Atlanta back in 2019. According to records online, the alleged offenses happened on February 2, 2019,...

Black Women Calling Out Racism in White Sororities

Natalie Wilson and a few other Black sorority members claim that racism in their respective chapters are not unique. Claims of racism in white sororities and fraternities aren’t a new issue. Both have made headlines for their apparent racist antics, parties, and membership selection over the years. There have been instances where members were outed for wearing blackface, dressing as mammies or slaves, and were alleged to not give bids to women of color.

21 Savage Turns Himself in Over Warrant Stemming From 2019 Arrest

Rapper 21 Savage turned himself in late Thursday over felony and drug charges stemming from his 2019 arrest by ICE, BuzzFeed News reported. He has since been released on bond. The artist—who was born in the U.K. and whose real name is She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph—had been arrested in February 2019 for overstaying his visa, but according to the arrest warrant issued earlier this month in Georgia, authorities had discovered a handgun and a bottle filled with a liquid containing codeine. The warrant was filed through an immigration court in Joseph’s deportation case, his lawyer Charles Kuck told BuzzFeed News. “There can be no doubt that ICE is seeking to cover its own errors in detaining Mr. Joseph by pushing trumped up charges against him and seeks to stop him from obtaining lawful permanent residence in the United States,” Kuck said in a statement. Joseph is currently scheduled for an ICE hearing in November, in which he is hoping to seek a pathway toward citizenship.

Frustration, dismay over Biden admin’s asylum stance coming from inside the house, too, report says

Advocates and legislators alike have been angered and devastated over the mistreatment and deportation of Haitian asylum-seekers and migrants at the U.S. southern border. “Asylum is and always will be a human right,” Ohio Rep. Joyce Beatty said earlier this week. That frustration is apparently bubbling over within the Biden administration, as well. BuzzFeed News reports several officials with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) similarly describe feeling “despair” over the administration’s current trajectory on immigration, and some are even contemplating resignation.

Immigrants Who Escaped The Texas Crackdown Feel Trapped In Mexico

A Haitian immigrant wades across the Rio Grande to Ciudad Acuña, Mexico. The 35-year-old father weighed his options: head back into the US, where he could be sent back to Haiti, or stay in Mexico as authorities closed in around him and other immigrants. Wood, who declined to give his...

Ellen DeGeneres opens up about her show; says ‘never thought’ it would last for 19 seasons

Ellen DeGeneres’ discuss show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been on air since 2003 and can come to an finish after its nineteenth season. As her show itches in the direction of its ultimate season DeGeneres admitted that she by no means thought her discuss show would final for 19 years. DeGeneres introduced in May that her long-running discuss show would conclude subsequent 12 months after its nineteenth season after a number of nameless employees members got here out and spoke in regards to the poisonous work tradition of the show.