XXL has reached out to the Swedish Prosecution Authority for further comment.
That was, until they found out the two men they were beefing with had sexually harassed a couple of women, thus instigating a brawl.
Post Malone has also lent his support in an Instagram post captioned "I stand with Rocky and his release from Swedish Officials". "I don't wanna talk about no fucking Ferguson and shit because I don't live over there!" I can't relate. I'm in the studio; I'm in these fashion studios; I'm in these bitches' drawers. As pointed out by XXL, the Swedish definition of a molestation crime is roughly as follows: "A person who physically attacks someone or exposes someone to disruptive contacts or exposes someone to other ruthless actions". "As for what will happen next, Rocky's lawyer told Pitchfork in an email, "...
The video shows Rocky speaking with some men outside of a restaurant, and witnesses say that the men accused the rapper of breaking their headphones. Rocky can be seen in one video trying to defuse the situation.
Rocky reportedly surrendered to local authorities on July 2, when he "and his colleagues were arrested on-site", the petition said. "Upon being detained, Rocky was denied his request to counsel which is in violation of Article 36 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, to which Sweden is a signatory", the petition said.
Rocky previously insisted he was acting in self-defence, but prosecutors have been granted permission to hold the hip-hop star in jail until at least 19 July while they work to bring the case to trial. The Supreme Court rejected the appeal, which means the rapper will stay in Swedish custody until his court date. However, when Rocky went in for police questioning about the matter he was taken into custody where he has remained without a bail ever since.