Tyga Cancels Concert in Sweden to Show Support for ASAP Rocky


ASAP Rocky Rapper has been arrested in the Swedish for hitting two people.

Lilja added, "He has lacked appetite at the beginning when he was arrested but tries to eat to the best of his ability". Rocky was also left to sleep on a mat with no blanket.

Rocky resides in a room subsequent to the one who is affected by extreme psychological illness.

On Friday, Espaillat, a New York Democrat, said he was pushing to help Rocky come home. A congressman that represents Harlem in the U.S. House of Representatives is working on the A$AP Mob rapper's behalf to push the process in the right direction.

A$AP Rocky and his team tried to reportedly appeal his situation he is facing in Sweden, but was ultimately denied. As a result, Rocky has missed multiple tour dates as a result amid allegations that Swedish authorities were preventing him from meeting with American diplomatic officials.

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Rocky previously insisted he was acting in self-defence, but prosecutors have been granted permission to hold the hip-hop star in jail until at least 19 July while they work to bring the case to trial.

Tyga has canceled a show slated for this month in Sweden amid a growing movement of artists who have spoken out about A$AP Rocky's ongoing incarceration in the country. A Swedish Prosecution Officer spokesperson confirmed the arrest with CBS News and said Rocky was being held for suspected "gross assault", but declined to provide any further details. According to witnesses, two men followed the rapper and his crew down a street and accused them of breaking a pair of headphones.

Meanwhile, Rocky's attorney has since responded to reports that Rocky was living in "inhumane conditions" in one of Sweden's detention centers. Rocky attempted to calmly reason with them but without success.

Rocky's mother, Renee Black, as well as the family of the two other men also detained, met on Thursday with Sharpton, whose National Action Network issued a press release saying the reverend was seeking Rocky's release.