Sweden Charges A$AP Rocky with Assault, Criminal Afghan Attacker Faces No Charges

Mustafa Jafari was convicted in 2016 after striking a man in the forehead, beating him in the face, and possessing the drug Tramadol.

Mustafa Jafari, the Afghan migrant who recently attacked A$AP Rocky and his bodyguard, was convicted in Sweden in 2016 after striking a man in the forehead and beating him in the face. Jafari was also convicted of possession of the painkiller Tramadol.

Jafari’s brutal attack in 2016 happened on the streets of Stockholm, where Jafari recently attacked recording artist A$AP Rocky.

Now, instead of charging Jafari, Swedish authorities have cleared Jafari and are instead charging Rocky with assault. Rocky is now facing two years in prison.

In an Instagram video, Rocky can trying to prevent Jafari and another Afghan migrant from assaulting him, saying “We don’t want no problems with these boys. They keep following us.”

Rocky and his team believe Jafari was under the influence of drugs when he attacked Rocky.

“The guy was on meth and was assaulting girls and harassing Rocky and crew,” Rocky’s manager John Ehmann wrote on Whatsapp. The message was discovered as part of the Swedish police investigation.

After Jafari’s previous convictions, he was released without jail time and given 30 hours of community service. 

Sweden is known to give preferential treatment in its justice system to Muslim migrants.

Sweden has become the “rape capital of Europe” due to its lenient treatment of rape by Muslim migrants.

“Forty years after the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change the formerly homogenous Sweden into a multicultural country, violent crime has increased by 300% and rapes by 1,472%,” reported the Gatestone Institute. “Sweden is now number two on the list of rape countries, surpassed only by Lesotho in Southern Africa.”

Prominent conservative Ali Alexander is calling for a boycott of Sweden.

Many are calling Sweden’s actions in this case racist.

Alexander helped bring A$AP Rocky’s story to the U.S. State Department and President Trump.

Video is being shared online of another victim of Jafari telling Rocky that Jafari assaulted her.

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Andrew Meyer