Just a few weeks ago, rapper 21 Savage was in an immigration detention cell, hoping that he'd be allowed in the country. Now he's sleeping on a $100,000 bed.

The bed is custom made for 21 Savage, and has a home theater inside of it. 21 posted a video of his new bed on social media yesterday.

Here's video of the bed:

21 Savage, real name Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was born in the United Kingdom, but was raised in  Atlanta, Georgia. 

He became known in Atlanta for the 2015 mixtape The Slaughter Tape before attaining nationwide attention following an extended play collaboration Savage Mode (2016) with the producer Metro Boomin and its lead singles "X" and "No Heart", as well as his guest feature on the 2016 Drake single "Sneakin'

Since hitting the scene nearly 5 years ago, 21 has become one of the most consistent selling young rappers of this era.

Earlier this week, 21 Savage took his first ever commercial flight since he became famous.

On Wednesday, Saint Laurent Don posted a short clip of a massive commercial jet that he was about to board. “First commercial flight I’m excited,” the rapper wrote. 21 Savage had a life-changing moment last month when he was arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Atlanta. The “Bank Account” rapper is still facing deportation, but at least he is now free to fly commercial to perform for his fans overseas.

ICE agent accused Savage of being an illegal immigrant in the U.S. after being in the country since childhood when he overstayed his visa. Prior to his arrest, 21 moved around exclusively on private jets presumably in an effort to avoid any runnings with authorities.