Over 370,000 sign petition to release rapper ASAP Rocky

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"Several stars, including Shawn Mendes, Cara Delevigne, Nicki Minaj, and more advocated for the rapper's release by sharing the Change.org petition titled, "#JusticeForRocky Demand that Rocky be released from Swedish Officials".

A$AP Rocky, 30, whose given name is Rakim Mayers, was arrested on suspicion of assault when a fight broke out after his performance at the Smash Festival in Stockholm.

Black Twitter had a lot to say about Rocky's past comments and the irony of his current situation like the below user. Imprisonment of rapper ASAP Rocky was fairly surprising information for the guy singers and his mates and all of them together with the followers have been very supportive to Rocky for all the pieces that's being occurred to him.

A prison boss in Sweden is defending accusations that rapper/actor A$AP Rocky is imprisoned in conditions that the U.S. Consulate likened to "walking into a toilet". The signature has over 450 000 signatures as of Thursday morning.

"Video footage shows the assailants following Rocky and his colleagues, even cutting off where they are trying to walk sometimes, while Rocky pleads to them that he does not want any issues".

"On Sunday, June 30th, A$AP Rocky, his bodyguard and two performers from his show acted in self-defense after two men followed, harassed and physically assaulted them in Stockholm", the petition reads.

A prisoner has been flinging his own excrement from his cell (which is next to the rapper's) and no one has cleaned it up, according to the outlet.

The F**kin Problems performer was detained by the Swedish Prosecution Authority on July 3 after the men allegedly got physical with each other.

Swedish governor Fredrik Wallin has denied the accusations, telling Radio 1 Newsbeat that the prison is in "good condition".

The investigation into the street brawl that landed A$AP Rocky in a Swedish prison has hit a new wrinkle. Many artists such ScHoolboy Q, Tyler, The Creator, and Lil Yachty have declared that they won't be performing in Sweden.

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