During the questioning, the rapper allegedly reveals he believes that the men involved in the alleged assault were on drugs before recalling his past bad incidents involving people on drugs.
AceShowbiz -More details of A$AP Rocky‘s messy situation in Sweden have made its way out online. The “Praise the Lord” rapper, who recently was charged with assault, was said to be saying that his nickname was “pretty motherf***er” when asked by Swedish police over his case.
According to The Blast, the spitter was asked by authorities if he had any nicknames. “Yes. Rocky, Asap Rocky, pretty motherf***er, I can’t think of any more,” he allegedly responded.
The report then added that A$AP explained that he was “paranoid of all strangers” because he’s famous. “I’m a Celebrity. I’ve had unfortunate events in my past,” he said, according to the investigative report.
A$AP then revealed that he believed that the men involved in the alleged assault were on drugs, recalling his past bad incidents involving people on drugs. “For example, when I was in … New Zealand, I was attacked by a person in a lift who had smoked Crystal Meth. There were three people who were influenced by Crystal Meth who had attacked my security guard and cut the police, all of which is documented,” he reportedly shared.
After he was asked about why he thought they were on drugs, he said, “I thought so because of their behavior. Anyone who would attack my security guard several times does not seem to be a reasonable or reasonable person in my opinion. Especially when he breaks his own headphones and then asks us about them.”
After it was revealed that the rapper was charged with assault on Thursday, July 25, President Donald Trump took to his Twitter account to share his disappointment in Prime Minister Stefan Lofven “for being unable to act.” He went on blasting the country, “Sweden has let our African American Community down in the United States. I watched the tapes of A$AP Rocky, and he was being followed and harassed by troublemakers. Treat Americans fairly! #FreeRocky.”
“Give A$AP Rocky his FREEDOM. We do so much for Sweden but it doesn’t seem to work the other way around. Sweden should focus on its real crime problem!” he added in another tweet.
Prosecutor Daniel Suneson said in a statement he had filed the counts against the artist and two others after coming to the conclusion that “the events in question constitute a crime, despite claims of self-defence and provocation.” Born Rakim Mayers, A$AP was arrested on 2 July, and was being held at the Kronoberg Detention Centre, alongside two associates as they waited for a decision to be made on an indictment.
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