A$AP Rocky Details Swedish Arrest In Forthcoming ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ Documentary

Written by on June 17, 2021

For all intents and functions, eleven out of the 12 months of 2019 for A$AP Rocky was fairly regular. That remaining month, not a lot.

That was when Rocky, after two males accused him and his crew of assaulting them (Rocky insists that the 2 males initiated the battle and so they reacted in self-defense, nevertheless), would endure a monthlong incarceration inside a Swedish jail. Rocky opens up on that have in his forthcoming documentary, Stockholm Syndrome.

Debuting on the relaunched Tribeca Movie Competition, the movie particulars that incarceration in Sweden in addition to its results on each his family and friends and their assist all through the ordeal. He additionally speaks a bit on former President Nuclear Winter Smegma Face’s kinda-sorta-not-really-involvement within the matter (in his current GQ article, he revealed that whereas he truly didn’t assist him get freed, Rocky would finally, and privately, present his gratitude to the Cheeto Man “amid fears that he’d be punished because of Trump’s ham-fisted Twitter diplomacy”).

The documentary, in keeping with The Grio, additionally touches on the backlash Rocky obtained because of his feedback in regards to the Black Lives Matter motion and his opinions on the protests in Ferguson, Missouri after the police taking pictures of Michael Brown in 2015. (The publication additionally famous that “as an alternative of apologizing or backtracking from these feedback, Rocky simply admits he was fallacious.”)

On the time of this piece, there is no such thing as a launch date for Stockholm Syndrome and on-line streaming choices are bought out. A clip of the movie, nevertheless, may be seen beneath.

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