The music star was arrested in Stockholm on Tuesday following a street altercation for suspected assault, along with three others who were involved in the incident - "two of whom were suspected of serious abuse and one of the abuse of the normal degree", according to the prosecutor's office press release.
The accompanying clip shows Rocky's security guy urging two young men to stop following the group and to "go that way!" In the Instagram caption, Rocky also adds that the men "followed us for four blocks, and they were slapping girls butts who passed".
The same guy then exclaims in English, "My headphones! Give me a break".
The rapper can later be seen resting his right hand gently on one of the men's shoulders, and saying softly, "Listen, listen: We don't want to fight ya'll. We don't want to go to jail".
He then turns to the camera and says, "Look, just for the cameras, we don't want no problems with these boys".
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The videos show the rapper and a couple associates interacting with two young men who appeared to be arguing about a pair of headphones or a cellphone. They keep following us.
"They had the intention to leave the country quite soon and if they leave the country there could be a risk that we would not be able to get them convicted if they had done this crime", prosecutor Fredrik Karlsson told The Independent.
Days before Longitude festival is supposed to kick off, one of the headliners has been arrested following a fight in Sweden.
According to the prosecutor's office press release, the investigation is still in the initial stages and "no information about the evidence situation or investigation measures can now be given". Check out Rocky's version of events below.