Longitude headliner ASAP Rocky arrested in Sweden

Longitude headliner ASAP Rocky arrested in Sweden
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Longitude headline act ASAP Rocky has been arrested in Sweden for alleged assault.

Three other people were also arrested at 1am this morning in Stockholm.

The American rapper is due to headline the Longitude Festival in Dublin on Friday night.

Organisers MCD are yet to confirm if he will still be performing.

Other headliners at the festival include Stormzy and Cardi B.

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