One of the first things A$AP Rocky did when he was freed from a jail in Sweden was to reach out to his good friend Kanye West to let him know he would attend his Sunday Service in Calabasas, Calif. Rocky was arrested and jailed in a pre-trial detention center in Sweden following a street fight with 2 Afghan migrants on June 30.
The rapper was freed on Friday after a 3-day trial. He was allowed to leave the country, pending the trial verdict. Some say Rocky was released early after President Trump made an offer to the Swedes that they couldn't refuse.
Kanye and his wife, Kim Kardashian-West are credited with urging President Trump to intervene on the rapper's behalf.
At the Sunday Service, Rocky was filmed talking with ex-girlfriend Kendall Jenner, Kanye West, and rapper A$AP Ferg.
Trump sent the U.S. special presidential envoy for hostage affairs to Stockholm to attend day one of Rocky's trial and to show Swedish officials that the rapper had the full weight of the U.S. State Department behind him.
The special presidential envoy, Ambassador Robert O'Brien, told reporters Trump sent him to see that justice was done in Rocky's case.
Rocky, 30, faces a maximum penalty of 2 years in prison if convicted on the assault charge. But he and 2 crew members, who were released with him, are not expected to return to Sweden for the verdict.
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