Drake took to Instagram to confirm that he did have an encounter with police in Sweden. As previously reported, last week, rumors hit that Drake was arrested for having marijuana in Sweden. After the rap superstar starting trending, his team released a statement, saying that he was never arrested and that he had been asleep during the time that he was trending on social media.
However, yesterday (July 17th), Drake took to Instagram and posted a recep of his trip, along with a letter with the Swedish National Police Board's logo on the top left corner. The sheet was titled, "Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Obtained."
The letter was laid out into two parts: the rights and the consequences. Under the "You have the right to" column, a few of the options were, "…know what it is you are suspected of and why you are being obtained; … receive food and rest as needed; … receive the assistance of an interpreter during interrogations, as needed."
Below the "What is going to happen?" portion, it read, "… An interrogation will be held with you as soon as possible; …If the prosecutor requests a court trial, you will be notified of this at once."