Shortly after leaving jail in Sweden and landing back in the US, A$AP Rocky made his way to Kanye West’s weekly Sunday Service event.
West was the one which prompted the involvement of President Trump in a call for his release, after the rapper was detained for being a part of a brawl in Stockholm. A$AP Rocky was held through most of July, but was freed on Friday while he awaits the return of a verdict. That decision is set to be delivered on August 14.
Sunday Service is a weekly gathering hosted by West and a collection of musicians, worshipping through music and community. After a successful edition at Coachella earlier this year, West has recently gained notice for reworking classics from Nirvana and No Doubt at the event and turning them into songs of praise.
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On Sunday A$AP Rocky was spotted at the eventSunday Service, talking with West and former girlfriend Kendall Jenner.
Prosecutors allege that A$AP Rocky and two others beat a 19-year-old man in June. The rapper is claiming that he acted in self-defense, and testified on his own behalf last week. They are recommending 6 months in prison for the crime.
After news of his release, President Trump once again tweeted about the star in a pun-filled message. “A$AP Rocky released from prison and on his way home to the United States from Sweden. It was a Rocky Week, get home ASAP A$AP!”