We may have “Trust Issues” after this one!
Just days after Drake’s team told The Hollywood Reporter that despite widespread rumors, the musician had not been arrested during a recent trip to Sweden, it appears the star has set the record straight, seemingly hinting that he had “One Dance” with local police through a cryptic social media post.
On Sunday, July 17, Drake took to Instagram with a carousel of photos depicting his European excursion. While the post primarily consisted of snaps showing the “Hotline Bling” artist enjoying local nightlife and spending time with his friends, it also featured what appears to be a document from the Swedish authorities.
Containing an emblem closely resembling that of the Swedish Police Authority alongside the word “Polisen,” which translates to “The Police” in Swedish, the document claims to contain “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained.”
With a list of points outlining what individuals “have the right to” do, including “know what it is you are suspected of and why you are being detained” and “receive the aid of a defence attorney who under certain conditions can be paid by the state,” the document is seemingly similar to the Miranda Rights in the United States, as the Daily Mail noted.
The document also described “what is going to happen” to those suspected of a crime, detailing the interrogation process and the protocols surrounding a potential trial.
While it is unclear whether the document in the photo belonged to Drake or how the Canadian artist received the sheet, the post comes shortly after the artist, who released his seventh studio album Honestly, Nevermind in June, was rumored to have been arrested at a nightclub in the Swedish capital of Stockholm on marijuana-related charges.
Shortly before the alleged arrest, the 35-year-old star arrived in the country on his private jet — a Boeing 767 nicknamed “Air Drake” on Wednesday, July 13, according to The Hollywood Reporter.