Donald Trump reportedly threatened Sweden with sanctions concerning A$AP Rocky arrest
On Friday (July 1), TMZ published a report about Sweden’s Justice Minister Morgan Johansson remarking on his supposed connections with then President Donald Trump. As per the report, Trump compromised the European country with international restrictions if the Harlem, N.Y. rapper was not let out of prison.
“On the off chance that you can attempt to follow through with something like this against Sweden, how will you then attempt and treat somewhat more vulnerable nations that don’t have the European Union behind them?” Johansson apparently said to describe Trump’s asserted strongarm strategies.
As recently revealed, A$AP Rocky was arrested on doubt of attack in July of 2019, after video surfaced of the rapper and his company getting into a battle with a man while in Sweden on visit. The occurrence turned into a global issue after A$AP Rocky was held without bail, making Donald Trump step in and apply pressure where needed.
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“A$AP Rocky is what is happening in Sweden, an extraordinary nation, and companions of mine and the authority,” Trump said in a proclamation seven days after Rocky’s capture. “What’s more, we will talk them, we’ve proactively begun. Numerous individuals from the African-American people group have called me, companions of mine, and said could you at any point help? I for one don’t know A$AP Rocky, yet I can perceive you he has gigantic help from the African American people group in this country. At the point when I say African American, I want to truly say from everyone in this country since we as a whole are one. I have been called by such countless individuals requesting that I help A$AP Rocky.”