Swedish police have confirmed briefly holding U.S. rapper,, on suspicion of drug use after he performed a concert near Stockholm.
The news was confirmed by the National police spokesman,, who saida police patrol in the city of Uppsala, north of the capital, stopped a car in which Snoop Dogg was a passenger on Saturday, July 25, 2015 evening after a concert.
He was subsequently questioned at a local police station and tested for suspected drug use before been allowed to go.
Wallen, on Sunday, July 26, 2015, said the rapper was later released and was free to leave the country. Test results would not be available for "some time," he said.
However, Snoop says he won't be returning to Sweden.
He made the announcement on his Instagram page saying,