The viral moshpit video that was shot at Rolling Loud New York over the weekend has received a response from A$AP Rocky.
On Saturday, September 24, during his headlining performance at the Queens, New York event, the Harlem rapper leaped into the audience and appeared to be battling in the moshpit as someone yelled repeatedly, "Get him out!"
On Monday (September 26), Rocky responded to the situation in a remark on The Panic Room's Instagram account after his expression became a meme.
He wrote, "That shit not hilarious. "Some little bih was sucking the life right out of my nutz b."
A$AP Tyler, The Creator, a friend of Rocky and a working partner, poked fun of the circumstance by switching his Instagram profile image to a snapshot of Rocky's face in the mosh pit.
Due to his tardiness, Rocky's performance at Rolling Loud New York was shortened after only 30 minutes. The Harlem rapper expressed regret to his fans for the performance not living up to his expectations after his set.
He wrote, "I am really hurt right now. "Last night was supposed to mark the transition from my previous live performances to my new ones! I hereby fully accept responsibility for the events that resulted in yesterday night's show being both everything it was and nothing it wasn't. I also want to acknowledge that even though I spent months planning the best show for my fans, down to the last detail... I'm sorry to all of my admirers and supporters who have stuck by me despite the fact that I was unable to realise my vision.
"And thank you y'all for showing up for me nonetheless," he continued. A$AP4EVA.”
The night's nine songs were all performed by A$AP Rocky, who also invited French Montana, GloRilla, ICYTWAT, and A$AP Ant as special guests. Additionally, he stated that this performance will be his final before the debut of his upcoming album.
On Tuesday, September 27, Flacko shared images and videos from his performance at Rolling Loud New York. One of the images was a screenshot of the moshpit video with the message, "THIS$ PRETTY MUCH $UMZ UP MY ROLLING LOUD EXPERIENCE."