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West Coast rapper G-Eazy and Jada Pinkett Smith know Sweden isn’t playing fair. The high-profile entertainers have come forward to single out Swedish authorities for appearing to play the race card in its treatment of rap star A$AP Rocky.

Both Eazy and Pinkett went to their social media pages to speak big facts in support of A$AP.

According to reports, Rocky will spend at least one more week overseas and in jail.

A judge just sided with prosecutors and ordered that A$AP stay in jail for another week while prosecutors continue their investigation. They say they’ll make a final decision next Thursday … although given their original press release early Friday, it seems the die is already cast — they’re going to indict A$AP. Prosecutors say they must keep the rapper behind bars because he’s a flight risk. (TMZ)

This week, reality TV star Kim Kardashian went to Twitter to publicly acknowledge President Donald Trump and his reported low-key aim to get Rocky released.

Kim previously met with Trump in 2018 to discuss prison reform.

Prosecutors have until Friday morning to decide whether Rocky will be formally charged. In May 2018, Kardashian West met with the president at the White House to discuss prison reform and a possible pardon for Alice Marie Johnson, who was more than two decades into a life sentence for a first-time conviction in a drug-trafficking case. Trump commuted Johnson’s sentence a month later. (NBC News)