A$AP Rocky Released Before Having To Join Swedish Prison Gang 'The Blööds'
A$AP Rocky reportedly keeps getting “psycho-texted” from Donald Trump, as per recent reports. The President would like a public thank you, after maybe helping free the rapper. A$AP’s stay in the Scandinavian country was extended for a few weeks after his arrested on an assault charge.
The rapper known as Rocky told us he was happy to be back in the United States. Now that he’s back performing in front of crowds, Rocky admits to Flake News his stay in Sweden was not easy and it was hard to sleep at night. He feared if he stayed in the Swedish jail longer, he would have been forced to join the infamous Swedish prison gang “The Blööds.”
The Blööds can be found in almost every prison and jail in Sweden, primarily known for smuggling the popular candy Swedish Fish into the correction facilities. It is a very lucrative market, as prison is not a very pleasant time. Most people enjoy candy so it makes living in a concrete Ikea just a tad bit easier.
Now The Blööds wanted to snatch up A$AP because of the rising Danish gangs in the Swedish prisons. The Blööds and these gangs are in a bitter feud over the fact the Danish refuse to use the umlaut. To raise tensions even further, the Danish don’t know how to make meatballs and that further angers the Swedish gangs.
“I am just glad I got out of there. The second I stepped in that Jail these two gangs both wanted me to join. It’s like they both never had a black friend before. There was this one gang called the Blööds. With eyeballs over their O’s. They want me to fight this other crew of Danish guys who were taping Legos to their Knuckles. The Danish said I should fight for them ‘cause Legos mean protection in these Swedish Cells. All I did was hit a creep who was following these girls. I knew I would get out soon,” A$AP Rocky told us in an exclusive interview.
A$AP’s time in Sweden is not all lost. There are now rumors he may sell his story to help make a “Get Out” and “Midsommar” cross over. Check back for updates in the coming weeks.
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