By: Amira Lawson
“We just trying to stay positive in Light Of All of This”
ASAP Rocky tells TMZ he isn’t concerned about his safety or any negative for his big performance scheduled in Sweden in December.
The show was announced only months after the Harlem native’s battle in court following a broadly broadcasted physical altercation in Stockholm which led to Rocky being arrested and given a two year suspended sentence. Rocky is set to perform at the Ericsson Globe on December 11th.
“The court has recognized that Rocky and his party were followed and harassed, that no bottle was used, that Rocky didn’t act in a joined attack with the others and that Rocky didn’t inflict any wounds on the victim and that is a win,” The Goldie rapper’s attorney, Slobodan Jovicic told BBC News. He later added to his statement that the conclusion of the court where they said Rocky did not act in self-defense was a conclusion “Rocky and I don’t agree with.”
Since the incident, Rocky has spoken out to TMZ following his disappointment. When asked if he was concerned about his safety or anyone trying to mess with him, he simply responded with, “All of that is sometimes inevitable. I’m not concerned with that. You Know. We just trying to stay positive in light of all of this man you know. Be optimistic.”