ASAP Rocky is STILL in jail in Sweden and it’s been more than two weeks in those inhumane conditions. But now he might actually have the White House on his side thanks in part, to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

What’s up y’all? It’s Emile Ennis Jr. here with Clevver News and in case you need a reminder, which I’m sure you don’t, but A$AP Rocky is in prison in Sweden for an altercation.

ASAP ended up there because he and three members of his crew were arrested after he got into a physical altercation with a man who was following their group and trying to pick a fight with them.

ASAP filmed the whole thing and the footage actually shows him trying to resolve the situation multiple times before punches were thrown.

But the Swedish officials arrested him And now, according to TMZ, President Trump is very aware of A$AP’s legal situation and he's got his team working to get him freed, thanks to Kim and Kanye.

You heard that right, apparently, Kim and Kanye lobbied to get The White House involved in the drama as A$AP's been behind bars for more than two weeks.

Looks like Kim is really flexing those lawyer muscles.

And while Kim and Kanye are getting involved, Cardi B has compassion for A$AP and wants him freed, but she's not about to boycott Sweden.

She told TMZ that quote, “I’m not gonna ban a country that shows me so much love, but we do need to free ASAP Rocky.”

And if you are afraid to go to Sweden because of all this, a Swedish ambassador says have no fear.

The Ambassador says black people shouldn’t fear visiting Sweden and she claims ASAP is being treated fairly, despite reports and despite Quavo also claiming he was abused by the Swedish police.

So I don’t even know what to believe anymore, but I certainly want to know what y’all this about all of this.

Do you think Kim and Kanye will actually be able to help get ASAP freed? And do you think Cardi should have stood up for him more?

Let me know down in the comments.

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