Last week, Drake’s team denied that the Honestly, Nevermind rapper was arrested in a Swedish night club along with his security personnel. However, the Canadian rapper’s latest post has fans confused about what actually went down overseas.
Drizzy’s Instagram post showed a host of photos from his vacation to Sweden and mixed in with the slideshow was a photo of what appeared to be a printout of Swedish detainee rights titled “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained.” The Swedish detainee rights are similar to America’s Miranda Rights: namely, they say that you have a right to legal counsel and that you have the right to know what you are being detained for. The piece of paper also listed the next steps for detainees including a six-hour maximum interrogation process and proceedings for a court trial should the person be remanded into custody.
The rumor was that Drake was arrested on marijuana-related charges while partying at a Swedish club last week and this “update” seems as if he has since been released in connection to the rumors. Or, perhaps, the rapper is simply trolling.
View Drake’s post below: