ASAP Rocky is not holding back.
The ‘Fashion Killa’ rapper is now revealing that former President Donald Trump “didn’t free” him and that he made his Swedish assault case “worse.”
More details below…
In the new ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ documentary directed by The Architects, which details his 2019 assault trial and July 2019 experience in prison in Sweden, Rocky discusses the whole ordeal with Trump, as reported by Rolling Stone.
“I’m sleeping in my halfway dream. I heard my name. I kind of opened my eyes and closed my eyes again and then they said my name again. And I opened my eyes and I’m like, ‘Yo, what the f**k?'”
Rocky then went on to say he felt “scared that Trump was going to f**k it up.”
“But then on the other hand, I’m just like, ‘That’s what’s up, man.’ You want the most support you could and it’s like, ‘Oh, the president supports you.’ That felt good. Cause for the most part, I don’t think he ever knows what’s going on in the urban communities … I was thankful for that, I can’t lie. I was also scared that it would jeopardize me being in [jail] longer.”
However, he goes on to say that “it was a chess move and they tried to strong arm a lot.”
“In reality, I had no problem saying thank you to the man, especially if he helped me. That’s the narrative they pushin’: That he got me out. And he didn’t free me. If anything, he made it a little worse.”
Rocky goes on to insist that he will always have a connection to Sweeden despite the ordeal, telling People:
“Listen, I have a connection with Sweden … the architecture, I like innovations – I love all of it all. So for me, fashion, art – it all correlates to me and my style and my taste preference personally, so that’s why I am always going to continue to go back.”