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ASAP Rocky changed his mind, will play in Sweden again after jail debacle

WorldNews Friday, 8 November 2019
ASAP Rocky changed his mind, will play in Sweden again after jail debacleMonths after he was released from his highly publicized prison sentence in Sweden, ASAP Rocky will return to the Scandinavian country — despite previous reports that he said he never would. According to concert promoter Live Nation, the rapper made the decision to perform at Stockholm’s Ericsson Globe arena on Dec. 11 after receiving “tremendous support from the Swedish fans,” the Associated Press reported Friday. In July, Swedish authorities arrested Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, on an assault charge for his involvement in a street fight that was caught on video. The now-infamous incident led to a weeks-long investigation, a three-day trial, a guilty...
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A$AP Rocky Announces Headline Show in Sweden. Live Nation recently announced that A$AP Rocky would be performing in Sweden on Dec. 11. . After tremendous support from the Swedish fans, he returns to Stockholm for a long-awaited gig for all his supporters, Live Nation, via statement. The show will be...

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