Quavo Supports ASAP Rocky, Speaks on Swedish Police: “They Were Trying to Lock Us Up Too”
Talking to TMZ cameras in Los Angeles on Tuesday night (July 16), the Migos rapper claimed that he too had issues with the law when he visited Sweden.
"Sweden had us down on the curb," Quavo told the paparazzi when they asked if he'd boycott shows in the European country in support of Rocky, which is a move Tyga recently made. "Soon as we went to Sweden, they had me and my cameraman down on the curb and they were trying to lock us up too. They ended up letting us go and it is what it is but Sweden is real tough. I don't know if I'd [cancel shows] but free my boy Rocky."
As previously reported, Rocky has been behind bars in Sweden since being arrested earlier this month following a street brawl with two local men. There have been reports that the A$AP Mob rapper is in extremely inhumane conditions inside of his cell, but a lawyer representing him has since denied the claims. Most recently, local police reportedly raided the hotel room of Rocky's manager in an attempt to obtain information to help with the investigation into the fight.
You can check out what Quavo said in full for yourself below.
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