Jaden Smith recently sat down to chop it up with Complex, when he was asked about the currently incarcerated rapper, ASAP Rocky.

Jaden is currently among the growing list of artists who are boycotting Sweden over their treatment of ASAP.

"Yeah, no, I can't do it. We can't do it right now. Definitely not right now. Us as the hip-hop community. I really feel like what's happening right now is not okay, and I'm so, so, so upset," he told Complex.

"I want to get Rocky out and they keep not allowing people to visit him, unless it's his lawyer, and changing his time when his trial is going to happen, and pushing it back two weeks. It's so sad because I want to be with him right now to celebrate," he continued.

"And beyond all that, that's just my homie and I don't want him to be in jail—especially not somewhere he can't be visited, or where we don't know how he's doing. It's just really sad. Me and my family are continuing to reach out to his team to try to figure out how we can get involved and what we can do to."

T.I., ScHoolboy Q, and several other artists have vowed to avoid Sweden until ASAP gets justice.