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A$AP Rocky still in Jail? Why he is Not Getting Released after JB or Trump Pleas.

American Rapper A$AP Rocky was allegedly charged with an assault in Sweden and has been held in custody for three weeks now. The hip-hop star is spending his third week in jail in Sweden on suspicion of assault.

In a statement, prosecutors mentioned that despite claims of self-defense and provocation, he would remain in jail until the trial.A$AP was arrested in the country for performing at a music festival. The thirty-year-old NewYork native along with his two backup performers were taken into custody days after a street fight that happened and was obtained by TMZ.

 

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A$AP Rocky was charged with assault over a brawl in the streets of Stockholm in late June, according to prosecutors. Mayers has demanded that he acted in self-defense. He posted recordings on Instagram indicating to show the lead up to the showdowns, with two men who have all the earmarks of being following the rapper and afterward assaulting his security protect.

 

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The real name is Rakim Mayers, who has earned pleas for leniency from Popstar Justin Bieber to President Donald Trump, has still been held in jail for weeks.

Trump said that he was disillusioned in Stefan Löfven, Sweden Prime-Minister for being not able to act. He said, “Sweden has given our African American people group a chance to down in the United States. Give A$AP Rocky his opportunity.”The US president likewise stated: “We do as such much for Sweden yet it doesn’t appear to work a different way. Sweden should concentrate on its genuine wrongdoing issue.”

The upheaval pursued a declaration before by the prosecutor, Daniel Suneson, that he had recorded charges against the rapper and two individuals from his company, “having reached the resolution that the occasions being referred to establish wrongdoing and in spite of cases of self-protection and incitement.”