On the same day that 21 Savage gave a must-see interview on Good Morning America, his first since being freed from the detention of the should-be-abolished U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, he reportedly had to visit law enforcement officials in southern Georgia in an effort to clear up a skipped gig accusation from three damn years ago.

Per a misleadingly presented report from TMZ, the club promoter alleges that the rapper was given a $9,500 advance for a 2016 show. Upon arrival at the venue, 21's team was allegedly given the remaining $7,500 balance. 21, by the promoter's account, didn't hit the stage that night. The promoter has argued that the evening ultimately resulted in the loss of $17,000.

Authorities were first notified of these allegations in October 2016, at which point a police report was produced and paperwork for a Theft by Deception felony warrant was reportedly filed. A warrant is said to have been issued at the time. It's fair to say, however, that we should all approach any news of this variety with some skepticism given the handling of 21's ICE incident.

According to Friday's report, the promoter notified the authorities once more following news of 21's ICE arrest earlier this month in an effort to have him picked up on the warrant.

In a statement, a member of 21's legal team predicted an agreement will be reached between both parties. "[21 Savage] has committed no criminal offense," attorney Abby Taylor told TMZ. "We look forward to an amicable resolution between the parties in the near future with no criminal implications whatsoever."

TMZ quickly updated their report Friday to add that 21 showed up at the Liberty County Sheriff's Department Friday morning and was released on his own recognizance. A day in court on the allegations is possible, though it’s widely expected the two parties will simply settle the financial dispute outside of court. The Liberty County Sheriff's Department did not immediately respond to Complex's request for comment.

During his GMA interview that aired Friday morning, 21 vowed to use his platform to raise awareness surrounding the nation's dire mistreatment of immigration concerns. Asked if he had a message for those caught in similar situations but without the resources available to a public figure, 21 expressed solidarity. 

"I feel your pain, and I'm gonna do everything in my power to try and bring awareness to your pain," he said.