Four lawmakers have joined the list of celebrities, hip-hop artists and fans and demand the release of A $ AP Rocky, an American rapper who has been held in the Swedish jail since 2 July for allegedly arresting involved in a street fight was Stockholm.
Rocky, rightfully known as Rakim Mayer, traveled to Sweden as part of the European tour of hip-hop group A $ AP Mob.
He has been tried for more than two weeks while the Swedish police investigate the case. The prosecution is expected to make a decision on Friday with several possible outcomes.
"There are three possible scenarios," a Swedish prosecutors spokeswoman told ABC News. "The prosecution could request the dismissal of the indictment, [or] secondly, the press release, or the prosecution could request more time for their investigation." , It is heard as Rocky tries to defuse the situation, repeatedly asking her to follow him no more, and stresses that he wants to have no problems.
repetitions. Adriano Espaillat (DN.Y.), Hakeem Jeffries (DN.Y.), Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) and André Carson (D-Ind.) Demanded in a press conference on Wednesday the release of Rocky's "human rights violations" against The rapper and two other people were detained next to him, including 23 hours of solitary confinement per day.
"Injustice is a threat to justice everywhere. We are here to counter the injustice in Sweden, "Jeffries said, according to The Washington Post, citing the words of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
. Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, Carl Risch, traveled to Stockholm on Friday after congressmen urged the State Department to get involved.
Rocky was supported in the US by many celebrities calling for his release, and several hip-hop artists said they were boycotting Sweden.
A Change.org petition calling for Rocky's release has received more than 600,000 signatures.
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