ASAP Rocky is still being detained in Sweden, but the U.S. State Department has asked the Swedish government to treat the rapper "with respect."
"There are certainly some facts about the arrest and detention that raise concerns," a State Department spokesperson said per Page Six.
"We expect all governments, including Sweden, to treat American citizens fairly and with respect. We hope to see ASAP, Rocky and his colleagues back on tour and reunited with friends and family soon."
Rocky was in Stockholm when he claims that two men followed and harassed him before assaulting his security with a pair of headphones. The Swedish government decided to keep him behind bars, citing him as a potential flight risk. Swedish prosecutors have until Friday to decide whether to prosecute the rapper.
If they have not made a decision by Friday, they can file an extension, and it will then be up to the courts to "then decide whether to accept the extension of the period or not."