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Over 370000 sign petition to release rapper A$AP Rocky

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Adrian Cunningham | 13 July, 2019, 01:31

"Video footage shows the assailants following Rocky and his colleagues, even cutting off where they are trying to walk sometimes, while Rocky pleads to them that he does not want any issues".

The F**kin Problems performer was detained by the Swedish Prosecution Authority on July 3 after the men allegedly got physical with each other.

Sharpton's words came about three years after Rocky invoked the reverend's name in connection to social justice activism as a decided example of something he had no interest in being a part of.

A PETITION demanding rapper ASAP Rocky's release from a Swedish prison has so far attracted almost 300,000 signatures after his team insisted he is being held in "inhumane conditions".

"So every time something happens because I'm Black I gotta stand up?"

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More Celebs including Justin Bieber, and Diddy call for A$AP Rocky's release from Swedish prison. "I don't wanna talk about no fucking Ferguson and shit because I don't live over there!" The very next day TMZ published the video of the fight, which purportedly showed Rocky and his entourage fighting against one other person.

"If you watch the movie clips, you see that the attackers who go at Rocky and his team don't seem to be looking for money". A source close to Rocky's situation told TMZ that there had been feces hurled about and left uncleaned as well as food not fit for human consumption. That's when the two groups of men started brawling.

The video showing A$AP Rocky and his crew apparently beating a man in Stockholm, Sweden spread across the internet quickly early this week. If this is a violation of the Vienna Convention, he can not judge.

The Swedish police announced last week that the musician's detention has been extended for at least another two weeks and that the suspicion is so serious that he can be detained indefinitely. The "Goldie" rapper's appeal was reportedly denied by the Swedish court, meaning Rocky is likely to stay behind bars until his official court date.