21 Savage Speaks For The First Time After Being Released from ICE Custody

21 Savage sat down with "Good Morning America" for his first interview after he was released on bond from Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody.

21 Savage describes fear of deportation, and says he was ‘definitely targeted’ by ICE in first interview since his release on bond that cost him $100,000.

His three kids too young to understand why their dad was gone, but 21 hopes he can stay with the powerhouse of attorneys fellow rapper Jay-Z has provided him with.