Last week, Drake‘s team denied rumors that the rapper was arrested in Sweden, however, the rapper just seemingly confirmed in an Instagram post that he did have a run-in with Swedish police.
In a series of pictures capturing his time in Sweden, the montage included a print-out that lists “information for those suspected if a crime and subsequently detained,” indicating that something happened.
Rumors circulated last week from a Swedish media outlet that the Toronto native was arrested on marijuana-related charges while partying at a local club.
The printed sheet lets the rapper know of his rights, which seem much more than Americans. The document notes he has the right to know what he’s being detained for, has a right to a defense attorney and can contact his country’s consulate and have messages sent and received on his behalf, among other things.