A$AP Rocky endured a random run-in with haters after performing in New Zealand on Wednesday night, according to TMZ. At around 3 a.m. local time, the rapper was trying to ride his hotel elevator with a group of women, when a skirmish broke out. The site notes that three guys wanted to join A$AP and Co., but he said there wasn't any room. Witnesses told TMZ the trio reacted by yelling "F*ck A$AP," and hitting him in the head and face, while he tried to protect his friends. The New Zealand Herald confirmed the incident, noting that Auckland police eventually broke up the scuffle and arrested one suspect. At least one officer was also taken to a hospital. As for A$AP, he seemed unfazed and ready for his next performance:
LIL SCUFFLE , STILL PRETTY, STILL HANDSOME , STILL FUCCKIN YO BITCH TOO. DEFENSE SQUD DONT TRIP... LOVE 2 AUCKLAND ! pic.twitter.com/rE6YM3Ahop— LORD FLACKO JODYE II (@asvpxrocky) February 25, 2016
Which will be later tonight at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion. Too far? He shared the latest Wavy Wednesday offering as a consolation, just in case:
Update: A few days later, A$AP Rocky confirmed more of the incident's details with the AP, noting that nobody in his party was injured. "We didn't press no charges on nobody. They didn't press any charges on us," he added. "Everybody good."