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Justin Bieber Thanks Trump for ASAP Rocky Aid, Asks to 'Let Those Kids Out of Cages'

Alex Galbraith

Justin Bieber wants ASAP Rocky to come home, but he can't help but notice that Donald Trump's trying very hard to release a famous rapper while his administration locks children up as a matter of policy.

Bieber retweeted Trump sharing word that he had spoken to Kanye West about Rocky's recent arrest in Sweden. He said that he was looking into options to get Flacko home.

"Just spoke to [Kanye West] about his friend A$AP Rocky’s incarceration," he wrote. "I will be calling the very talented Prime Minister of Sweden to see what we can do about helping A$AP Rocky."

 

While Bieber was all for it, he also shamed Trump for his detention centers that have been likened to concentration camps.

"I want my friend out," he wrote on Twitter. "I appreciate you trying to help him. But while your [sic] at it [Trump] can you also let those kids out of cages?"

ASAP Rocky was arrested in Sweden earlier this month on suspicion of assault. Many U.S. politicians have made noise about his detention in an attempt to bring him home. At least six children have died in US custody this year while being held in detention centers.