Shocking video shows ASAP Rocky & # 39; s bodyguard CHOKE victim in street fight in Sweden

Shocking video shows A $ AP Rocky & # 39; s bodyguard CHOKE victim and throws him to the ground in a street fight in Sweden – but he was not the one charged with assault

  • Video shows the moment just before Mustafa Jafari the & # 39; defensive & # 39; kick that started the June 30 fight in Stockholm, Sweden
  • The clip shows the 19-year confrontation with the bodyguard of A $ AP Rocky before the burly man chokes him and hits him to the ground
  • The $ AP Rocky bodyguard, however, was not accused of mistreatment
  • The Grammy-nominated artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, and two men who are thought to be members of his environment are accused of beating Jafari
  • Mayers, 30, wore sweatpants and a green T-shirt in court and pleaded not guilty to the indictment on Tuesday
  • If he is convicted, he can receive up to two years in prison
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Wild video shows A $ AP Rocky & # 39; s bodyguard stifling the alleged victim of the rapper's fights in Sweden just before the chaos occurred – and many have wondered why the security detail was not accused of a crime.

The video shows the moment just before 19-year-old Mustafa Jafari threw the blow that ultimately caused the June 30 fight in Stockholm.

Jafari can be seen talking to the security personnel, but very much in the guard's room. It seems that at some point he hits the guard.

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Video shows the moment just before Mustafa Jafari the & # 39; defensive & # 39; kick that started the June 30 fight in Stockholm, Sweden

Video shows the moment just before Mustafa Jafari the & # 39; defensive & # 39; kick that started the June 30 fight in Stockholm, Sweden

Suddenly the bodyguard grabs Jafari by the neck and lifts him backwards. The two are almost out of the frame when Jafari falls back and the two start pushing it out.

The video is confusing because it seems to show a clear attack by the bodyguard that had not been charged in the case.

Prosecutors announced that Jafari would not be charged with hitting the bodyguard, TMZ reports. During his appearance in court on Tuesday, Jafari said he thought he would die when he got involved in the fight.

The $ AP lawyers will investigate Jafari on Thursday.

The clip shows the 19-year confrontation with the bodyguard of A $ AP Rocky before the burly man chokes him and hits him to the ground

The clip shows the 19-year confrontation with the bodyguard of A $ AP Rocky before the burly man chokes him and hits him to the ground

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The clip shows the 19-year confrontation with the bodyguard of A $ AP Rocky before the burly man chokes him and hits him to the ground

Grammy-nominated artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, and two men who are thought to be members of his community are accused of beating Jafari.

The video is confusing because it seems to show a clear attack by the bodyguard that had not been charged in the case. An $ AP Rocky was charged for assaulting the fight

The video is confusing because it seems to show a clear attack by the bodyguard that had not been charged in the case. An $ AP Rocky was charged for assaulting the fight

The video is confusing because it seems to show a clear attack by the bodyguard that had not been charged in the case. An $ AP Rocky was charged for assaulting the fight

Mayers, 30, wore sweatpants and a green T-shirt in court and did not plead guilty to charges on Tuesday with a maximum sentence of two years in prison.

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He said he acted in self-defense during a street fight.

On the opening day of the trial, prosecutors and lawyers presented competing stories about what happened.

Prosecutors showed CCTV recordings and other video, including recordings in which Mayers was seen throwing a young man on the floor.

They said 19-year-old Mustafa Jafari and a friend had argued beforehand with the rapper and one of his bodyguards at a fast-foot restaurant.

Mayers also published videos on his Instagram account in which he repeatedly begged Jafari and his friend to stop following him and follow him.

During his appearance in court on Tuesday, Jafari said he thought he would die when he got involved in the fight
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During his appearance in court on Tuesday, Jafari said he thought he would die when he got involved in the fight

The $ AP lawyers will investigate Jafari on Thursday

The $ AP lawyers will investigate Jafari on Thursday

During his appearance in court on Tuesday, Jafari said he thought he would die when he got involved in the fight. The $ AP lawyers will investigate Jafari on Thursday

The Grammy-nominated artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, and two men who are thought to be members of his environment are accused of beating Jafari

The Grammy-nominated artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, and two men who are thought to be members of his environment are accused of beating Jafari

The Grammy-nominated artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, and two men who are thought to be members of his environment are accused of beating Jafari

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His mother, Renee Black, attended the proceedings. She said she was convinced that her son was not guilty.

& # 39; This is a nightmare & # 39 ;, Black said by Swedish media when she said the process broke for lunch.

Prosecutors claimed in legal documents that the three suspects hit and kicked Mr. Jafari while on the ground and that he was hit with parts of or a whole bottle.

Mayers, 30, wore sweatpants and a green T-shirt in court and pleaded not guilty on Tuesday with charges with a maximum sentence of two years in prison

Mayers, 30, wore sweatpants and a green T-shirt in court and pleaded not guilty on Tuesday with charges with a maximum sentence of two years in prison

Mayers, 30, wore sweatpants and a green T-shirt in court and pleaded not guilty on Tuesday with charges with a maximum sentence of two years in prison

The court file contains photos & # 39; s of Jafari & # 39; s cuts, bruises and blood stained clothing.

ASAP Rocky's lawyer, Martin Persson, told Swedish public broadcaster SVT that he would present the court with new evidence, including demonstrating that & # 39; no bottle was used to hit or injure someone & # 39; and that physical violence was & # 39; within the limits of the law & # 39 ;.

Mr. Jafari is claiming damages of 139,700 Swedish kroner ($ 14,700).

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