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A$AP Rocky to talk about his performance in the bedroom after a sex-tape allegedly featuring him was leaked online.
The rapper, 31, has defended his moves under the sheets, after the people watching the sex tape to hit him up for a “slow” system performance.
In an X-rated tweet, Rocky and joked that he was the “lawyer” for his own part in it. He said that he was confident in his abilities, as it is going to be attractive to our partners.
A FAN OF THE RAPPER, A$AP ROCKY, AND THREATENED TO BLOW UP THE SWEDISH EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON, D.C., THE AUTHORITIES SAID
“I HAVE A LONG LIST OF SATISFIED WOMEN CAN ATTEST TO AS WELL. BUT THE REAL POINT IS the PEOPLE WHO NEVER had a F- – – — – D to HIM, FEE HIM,” the rapper wrote on behalf of the part of the body.
The sex tape was reportedly leaked to Pornhub on Wednesday. The Fans went wild on Twitter, calling his moves were downright offensive.
“Asap rocky” had no business embarrassing me like this, ” one Twitter user wrote.
Another user joked: “don’t worry, mamas, I’m not an asap rocky, ill rock your world.”
A$AP ROCKY, RETURNS TO SWEDEN TO PERFORM FOR MONTHS AFTER THE CONVICTION
The “praise the Lord” rapper has been linked with models, Kendall Jenner, Jasmine Daniel, and Daiane Sodre, in the last couple of years.
The sex tape drama is coming on the heels of the Rockies ‘ recent return to Sweden for a performance of his assault conviction, in the month of August.
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Rocky was arrested and imprisoned, along with his two bodyguards, and charged with assault after a 19-year-old man was injured in a June 30 battle. He has a strong case of self-defense, says that he has tried to avoid a confrontation with the two men who were after his life.
Rocky and his guards have already been convicted and sentenced, but received a suspended sentences, and save them to prison unless they commit a similar crime in the future.
Fox News’ Andy Sahadeo, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.