An $ AP Rocky fan arrested in Washington D.C. after threatening to blow up the Swedish embassy & # 39; about rapper's imprisonment
An A $ AP Rocky fan was arrested on Tuesday after threatening to blow up the Swedish embassy because of the imprisonment of the rapper.
Authorities said a first incident occurred Monday when the suspect, named Rebecca Kanter, shouted: & # 39; I'm going to blow up this mother & # 39 ;, after he threw liquid from a coke bottle toward a doorway in the facility in the case obtained by Variety.
Kanter was detained for destruction of property and unlawful entry after he returned to the building on Tuesday to make a scene that screamed about the rapper's imprisonment.
When she would not leave the premises at the request of the US secret service, officials had to arrest her.
The latter: a woman has been arrested for property destruction and illegal entry into Washington D.C. during a Tuesday incident threatening to blow up the Swedish embassy on rapper A $ AP Rocky & # 39; s detention
In her second visit to the embassy, Kanter shouted about human rights and overthrew an exhibition for a student group that came by, TMZ reported.
Starting Sunday, Rocky, 30, in New York City, will be in custody for 29 days as a result of a fight in Stockholm on June 30 that the Swedish authorities said was involved.
The manager of the Praise the Lord (Da Shine) artist acted in & # 39; self-defense & # 39; in the incident, in which he and two others were harassed and physically abused by a group of men in the area, & his manager John Ehmann said in a July 9 Instagram post.
The ongoing case had caught the Oval Office's attention when President Donald Trump became involved with the case last week after Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who had been involved in the White House in criminal reform cases, informed him.
What happened: Authorities said a first incident occurred Monday when the suspect, named Rebecca Kanter, called: & # 39; I'm going to blow up this mother & # 39; had thrown a statement in the case
Return: Kanter went back to the building on Tuesday and made a scene that screamed about the rapper's imprisonment, according to the statement
The president went to Twitter on Thursday to air after his overtures to Swedish officials had not taken the rapper out of prison.
& # 39; Very disappointed with Prime Minister Stefan Löfven because he was unable to act, & # 39; he wrote. & # 39; Sweden has disappointed our African-American community in the United States. I watched A $ AP Rocky tires and he was followed and harassed by troublemakers. Treat Americans fairly! & # 39;
Trump added: & # 39; Give A $ AP Rocky his FREEDOM. We do so much for Sweden, but it doesn't seem to work the other way around. Sweden needs to focus on its real crime problem! & # 39;
In between: President Donald Trump sent out several tweets expressing his indignation at the situation
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