“People were kicking down the fences. It was intense," said one witness.
"I’m not leaving Atlanta without a fight," the rapper said of being detained by ICE earlier this month.
The Grammy-nominated rapper said he has "learned to embrace the times when I’m down."
The rapper was scheduled to perform at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, but missed the show in detainment.
Only one person mentioned the Atlanta-based rapper's plight during the 3.5-hour broadcast of the annual music awards ceremony.
The rapper, whose name is She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested by ICE on Sunday and could be deported.
The Grammy-nominated rapper's legal team said he was an example "of the type of immigrant we want in America.”
The "Confident" singer apologized for her tweets, but said they were "no excuse to laugh at someone's addiction."
The "Bartier Cardi" rapper previously told the Fox Nation commentator in January to leave her alone or she'd "dog walk" her.
Immigration officials say the 26-year-old artist, legally named Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, is from the U.K. and not from Atlanta.
“If no Americans had no guns, there wouldn’t be no police killing people."