Sweden’s national Prison and Probation Service denied the rapper’s request to play Kronoberg prison after he requested to perform with a DJ and 11 accompanying performers, as well as four or five camera technicians to document it, TMZ reports.

Rocky wanted to perform for inmates at the prison he was held in Sweden earlier this year—read about Trump’s vocal support for the rapper’s release here—but The Prison and Probation service responded to the request with a resounding no, mainly due to the high occupancy and the lateness of the request. Natheless, Rocky will still play Stockholm’s Ericsson Arena on December 11.

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