A$AP Rocky's Attorney Clears Up Reports on Conditions in Swedish Jail

Celebs Demand A$AP Rocky’s Release Amid Reports He’s Being Held In “Horrific” Conditions

A$AP Rocky's Attorney Clears Up Reports on Conditions in Swedish Jail

A petition that was previously started said there were deplorable conditions at the Swedish detention center where Rocky was being held.

The video shows Rocky speaking with some men outside of a restaurant, and witnesses say that the men accused the rapper of breaking their headphones.

Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky was arrested while out in Sweden on suspicion of aggravated assault. For the first three days, ASAP Rocky was kept in a custody cell.

Last week a Swedish court ordered Rocky to spend two weeks in pre-trial detention while police investigate the June 30 fight in downtown Stockholm. The signature has over 450 000 signatures as of Thursday morning.

Following the news of ASAP Rocky's arrest in Sweden, a number of notable musicians and even politicians have come forward to make sure the rapper makes it home sooner rather than later.

"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". "Feces that are not cleaned up".

Meanwhile, fellow A$AP crew member A$AP Ferg said that the rapper is being held in inhumane conditions.

Swedish authorities have denied these claims, but that hasn't stopped celebs and social media from lending their support.

Friends of ASAP Rocky, likeScHoolboy Q, Tyler, Lil Yachty and The Creator, have said that they are going to boycott Sweden.

"Rocky's lawyer, Henrik Olsson Lilja, clarified the situation, and translated from Swedish website SVT, he states, "[A$AP Rocky] has never talked to TMZ or any third party regarding the circumstances when he was arrested, ie when he was in the prison.

The news emerges as Rocky's manager, John Ehmann, continues to draw support from the likes of Sean "Diddy" Combs, Justin Bieber, Michael B. Jordan, and Travis Scott for his Change.org petition demanding his client's immediate release. Check some of those out below.

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