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A$AP Rocky Returns to U.S. After Release From Swedish Prison

A$AP Rocky Returns to U.S. After Release From Swedish Prison

US rapper ASAP Rocky, who was arrested after a street fight in Sweden, was released by the court in which he was tried.

US rapper ASAP Rocky, who was arrested on charges of involvement in the fighting in the capital city of Stockholm, was released by the Swedish judiciary. The final decision on the rap singer ASAP Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Meyers, will be made on August 14th. It is reported that ASAP Rocky may leave Sweden and return to the United States if he wishes.

Swedish prosecutor Daniel Suneson demanded that the 30-year-old musician be convicted and sentenced to at least six months in prison. However, the trial, during the fight to determine exactly who did what the judge’s decision on the case said. ASAP Rocky, along with two of his bodyguards, denied the accused. On the contrary, he claimed he was trying to protect himself.

US President Donald Trump offered to pay bail for the famous rapper who was detained on July 3rd as a result of a street fight that ended with an injury, although it was not covered by Swedish law. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said it was out of the question, and Trump was disappointed.

Watch the clip of A$AP Rocky’s return below.

Don It was like a week now, it’s time to return home from Sweden to the United States, President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, who shared after the release of the famous US rapper ASAP Rocky:

“A$AP Rocky released from prison and on his way home to the United States from Sweden. It was a Rocky Week, get home ASAP A$AP!”

See Donald Trump’s tweet below.

Following the hearing, ASAP Rocky’s mother, Renee Black, said, “We are very happy now, God knows best.” ASAP Rocky’s PR representative in Sweden, Lili Assefa, said, “Asap Rocky told us it was a difficult week. But now she is very happy.”

It was also heard that Rocky and his bodyguards were applauding the judge’s decision. According to the decision to be issued on August 14, Rocky is still guilty of being sentenced and has reportedly told the court that he wants to do community service in Sweden if convicted.

ASAP’s statement:

“You know where I live. You have my contact information and contact information of my lawyer. I worked in charity. Doing something like this at weekends. I’m an ordinary person.”

his lawyer Slobadan Jovicic, who defended Rocky ASAP in the Swedish Court.

“Very sympathetic, super-intelligent, very charming and a very nice customer to work with. He is a free person and can move freely like everyone else”

Click here for the source of the statement.

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