Drake was arrested in Sweden and the internet went crazy. However, it turns out that he was not really arrested and was only questioned by the police. Here is what happened.


Drake was recently the subject of a rumor that he had been arrested in Sweden. The rumor began to circulate late Thursday night, but it has since been confirmed as false. According to XXLMAG representative of the rapper, who confirmed that Drake is not in police custody and has not been charged with any crime. This is not the first time that Drake has been the subject of false rumors; in May, he was inaccurately reported to have been arrested for assaulting a police officer. It is unclear where the latest rumor originated, but it appears to be baseless. Fans of Drake can rest assured that the rapper is not in any legal trouble; he remains free to continue making music and performing live.

How Drake Fan’s reacted on Twitter?

Drake fan’s were in a frenzy after the rumor of his arrest began to circulate. Many people took to Twitter to voice their disbelief and concern, with some even calling for Drake to be freed from jail.


However, as the story has been debunked, it is safe to say that there will be no need for a rescue mission. Drake is not in any legal trouble and is free to continue making music and performing live.

About Drake

Drake is a popular Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He rose to prominence with his breakout mixtape ‘So Far Gone’ in 2009 and has since gone on to have a successful career in the music industry. Drake has released five studio albums, all of which have been widely acclaimed by critics. He is also one of the best-selling artists in the world, with over 150 million records sold. Drake is currently on his ‘Assassination Vacation’ tour, which is scheduled to conclude in October.

The hoax that Drake was arrested in Sweden has been debunked. However, it is a reminder of the power of social media and how quickly rumors can spread. It is also a good reminder that Drake is not in any legal trouble and is free to continue making music and performing live. If you’re a fan of Drake, there’s no need to worry; he’s doing just fine.

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