ASAP Rocky: ‘When I was locked up, Swedish people protested, stood up for me’

ASAP Rocky: ‘When I was locked up, Swedish people protested, stood up for me’

 

Recently released American rapper, Asap Rocky has recently revealed how Swedish people stood up for him during his time in jail.

 

Narrating his jail experiences while in Sweden, during the concert, Rocky said he listened to the radio and his brother, Ferg’s song.

 

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“When I was in Sweden, I would listen to the radio, and I would hear my brother Ferg’s song, I wanna hear that song now!”

 

Rocky asked as Ferg mounted the stage for his new single and a blend of collaborative, fan-favourite works including “Work,” “Plain Jane,” “No Limit,” and more.

 

He also appreciated his fans for their support and requested they keep praying for him to get total freedom.

 

“I’m so happy to be here. I know y’all were praying for me, I’m not guilty ’n shit, but I’ll need y’all to keep praying for me.

I get the verdict on Wednesday, hopefully, I don’t go back to jail,” he continued, clarifying, “I got nothing against Swedish people. When I was locked up, it was Swedish people protesting outside the jails for me, standing up for me.”

 

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Asap Rocky headlined the annual Real Street Festival, held at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. The concert also featured Cardi B, Future, Migos, 2 Chainz, Big Sean and other top superstars.

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