Over 300,000 people have signed a petition to free A$AP Rocky after his arrest in Sweden last week.
A$AP Rocky was arrested in Stockholm last Tuesday (2 July) after reportedly assaulting a man.
The rapper posted video clips to his Instagram to show his side of the situation, writing, "We don't know these guys and we didn't want trouble, they followed us for four blocks, and they were slapping girls' butts who passed, give me a break."
In support of A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, ScHoolboy Q, and Lil Yachty revealed they'll never visit Sweden again.
A$AP Mob have since launched a petition to free A$AP Rocky, aiming to get 500,000 signatures - at the time of writing, the petition already has over 325,000 signatures.
The description reads, "We are surprised that something like this could happen in Sweden to people who were minding their business and forced to defend themselves from a group of assailants. This should be about justice. Rocky has been in prison for six days for the use of self defense. 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."
They add, "On Monday, July 8th, we filed an appeal with the Swedish Supreme Court to have Rocky released from the inhumane conditions and the clear violation of human rights. They rejected the filing, which means Rocky will remain in prison for two weeks. The conditions of the facility are horrific. Some of the inhumane conditions Rocky and his colleagues are facing at the Stockholm Detention Center include 24/7 solitary confinement, restriction of amenities for the most basic of human functions, access to palatable and life sustaining food as well as unsanitary conditions. The prosecutor on the case has further communicated that he is working to receive an additional two-week extension for a trial to begin in mid - to end of August. To keep Rocky and his colleagues in jail pending the lengthy trial proceedings is a punishment before the fact, with no due process."