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ASAP Rocky: Sweden prison boss defends jail conditions

BBC News Wednesday, 10 July 2019
The governor of Kronoberg prison, where the rapper's being held, denies TMZ's claims it is "filthy".
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Rocky was arrested in Sweden for aggravated assault. He is reportedly being kept in "inhumane" conditions with minimal contact with outsiders.

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