Drake is addressing speculation that he was arrested in Sweden this week.
Rumours emerged on social media on Thursday that the Canadian rapper had been arrested by local police at a Stolkholm nightclub.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Drake shared a number of snapshots from his trip – including a photo of a document issued by Swedish authorities.
The document is titled, “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained.”
According to TMZ, Drake was arrested on marijuana related charges while partying at a Swedish club.
His “Air Drake” Boeing 767 private jet had been spotted landing at an airport in Sweden earlier this week, with clips shared on social media.
A close up look at Drake’s jet, “Air Drake” as it lands in Sweden 🛩🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/3yTrIJ8Pk7
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