Asap rocky is back in Sweden and this time he is in Stockholm. This is his first performance since his arrest and this time he has something for people living in the slums of Stockholm, yeah free tickets!!!
The Harlem rapper who was arrested alongside his team for Aggravated assault was just released from Swedish jail announced on his Instagram page that he would be going back to the country to hold a performance at the prison where he was held for weeks. He further went on to reiterate that the show was to expose the issues the immigrant community of Sweden was facing. He also announced that the show was going to be free for everyone who lived in the slums of Sweden.
He said, ”I am in Stockholm right now. I am throwing a concert, my first concert after being locked up out here. Everybody from the immigrant community… None of y’all got to pay to come to my show today. All y’all get in for free. Whoever comes whoever is from the hood, they get in for free.”.
He also went ahead to visit a school in the slums to speak with the students from poor backgrounds and in the end giving out almost free tickets to them to attend his concert.
It was argued amongst many online that holding his concert back in the same country where he was arrested was a way of him challenging the government and armed forces for his incarceration but nonetheless other rappers have joined in solidarity to declare that they would not have sows or play in Sweden again.
The show featured Asap Rocky performing for the first 15 minutes in a cage which was meant to depict his prison experience after which he was dragged away in mock arrest and came back on stage to continue his show.
The show was a blast as it had a large crowd in attendance with stalls outside the venue that sold sweaters with sketches of his trial. We are happy to know that he is free again to have shows anywhere he wants. We expect more jams from the Harlem native.
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