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He ‘ s administration has been working with the Ministry of foreign affairs to try to bring the rapper, A$AP Rocky’s home, according to Melania Trump.
A woman is upset about the rapper, A$AP Rocky’s detention in Sweden for allegedly threatening to “blow this motherf – – – – – – up” while in the Swedish Embassy in Washington, D. C., earlier this week.
The suspect, identified as Rebecca Kanter, was arrested by the Secret Service agents on Tuesday, after causing a chaotic scene at the House of Sweden, in the name of the embassy, authorities said. In a statement, claiming, they started swearing and screaming at the embassy staff, and a student tour group and got on a monitor and a cable tv.
During the alleged tirade, Kanter reportedly, some of his thoughts on the New York-based rapper. They were arrested after they sat on the floor and refused to leave, the affidavit said.
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A$AP Rocky has been seen in Beverly Hills, Calif., Feb. 9, 2019 at the latest. (The Associated Press)
A day earlier, Kanter allegedly threw a liquid from a Coca-Cola bottle, from the glass to the embassy, in front of the door, and shouted, and threatened to blow up the building. They are also made of a number of social media posts about the incidents, the affidavit said.
“What is the breaking news that I have defiled the House of Sweden last night, which I destroyed with the World Bank, that is, I and destroyed in the IMF’s… but I am not getting the press to SMOKE,” she would have been placed.
A$AP Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, has been used in Sweden since the beginning of July. He has been charged with assault in connection with a fight in Stockholm on the 30th of June. A video of the incident appears to show the rapper, throw it on the ground.
Court documents said one of the men, identified as Mustafa Jafari, who was kicked and struck with a bottle during the melee.
Attorneys for Rocky’s claim that he acted in self-defense. As President He has pushed for A$AP Rocky’s release, and lock him in a conversation with Swedish prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
On Thursday, the Swedish prosecutors have filed assault charges, the rapper, “you have come to the conclusion that the events in question constitute a crime, and, in spite of the claims of self-defense, and provocation.”
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He tweeted his disappointed soon after.
“Very, very disappointed with the prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, since they are not in a position to take action,” He wrote. “Sweden has shown us the African-American Community down in the United States of america. I have looked at all the tapes, A$AP Rocky, and he was followed and harassed by trouble-makers. The treatment of the Americans, for free. #FreeRocky.”
In a second tweet, He said: “the Key to A$AP Rocky, his FREEDOM. We are doing a lot for Sweden, but it doesn’t seem to work the other way around. Sweden needs to focus on the real crime problem. #FreeRocky.”
In previous interviews with the Trumpet, Praise promised, the platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated artist, would be fairly treated, and should not be given special treatment.
Next, Trump’s tweet, the former Swedish prime Minister, Carl Bildt, tweeted that there is no political interference in the case.
“The rule of law applies to everyone equally, and it is to be exercised by an independent judiciary. That’s the way it is, it is in the US, and that is the way it is, it is in the south of Sweden. Political interference in the process, it is clear to the limit! Make any sense?”
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A number of celebrities, including Kim Kardashian West and Justin Bieber, have been pushing for Rocky’s release.
Kanter was released on bail and has been charged with intentionally cause injury and damage to the property of a foreign government, or to refuse to go to a foreign embassy, and to two criminal counts of unlawful entry and destruction of property less than $1,000.