Contrary to what some online rumours indicate, Drake is not detained in Sweden. On social media, rumours abounded that the rapper had been detained by neighbourhood police at a club in Stockholm.

Although the Grammy winner was in his hotel in the Swedish city and there had been no arrest, his team has now addressed the rumours and told The Hollywood Reporter that.

The rapper's crew has confirmed that he was in Sweden, but they have not revealed why he was there.

The Canadian rapper reportedly visited the stermalm neighbourhood of Stockholm as well as Ciccio's restaurant on Wednesday after arriving at Sweden's Arlanda airport, according to a series of Instagram photos.

However, it's unknown why rumours of his detention circulated on social media.

Drake's seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, was released last month and debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. 

At the upcoming music festival in his hometown of Toronto, which begins later this month, the rapper is also planning to collaborate with acts like the Young Money reunion, which features Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, as well as appearances from Lil Baby and Chris Brown.

Additionally, Drake just made a significant revelation regarding his production contract

he unveiled the Amsterdam teaser, which features Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, and others.

He wrote on his Instagram post, "A lot of this actually happened. Amsterdam, a new film from David O. Russell, arrives in theatres November 2022. Executive produced by myself and @futuretheprince @dreamcrew."