Middle Schooler Sends Hilarious Letter to A$AP Rocky

Young fan knows a little too much about Harlem MC.

Posted: 12/03/2013 10:23 AM EST
Filed Under A$AP Rocky, Music News

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A$AP Rocky now knows the identity of one of his biggest fans, and he just happens to be a middle schooler by the name of Graceson Reeves.

The youngster, of Chestnut Grove Middle School in King, North Carolina, penned a hilarious letter to Rocky, which ended up at the Mischka offices in New York City. An image of the typed letter was posted on Instagram yesterday, and included some interesting details about Lord Flaco. "Hi, I am Graceson Reeves. I am probably your number one fan," the letter reads. "I am writing this fan letter for a grade. We're doing a project at CGMS also because I love your music."

Given his location which he points out as the "small town called King, NC" Reeves didn't put much hope in seeing his favorite rapper make an appearance in his hometown, adding that the area is "probably a place you will never visit."

Instead, he showcased a pretty vast knowledge of Rocky, and even asked for a free copy of Long.Live.A$AP. "My favorite song in the world is wild for the night," he writes. "I really wish you would send me your CD because I have looked for it but I can't find it."

"I know your song F!@#$%& Problems went gold," Reeves continues. "I know you're 25 years old. I know you use to move a lot. I also know you use to sell drugs."

He ends with a reference to Rocky's legal troubles, "I also know you were arrested for beating a man in a clothing store."

This little guy seems too young to know so much about Rocky, but at least he's been doing his research.

Tune in to 106 & Park tonight at 6 p.m. to see if Rocky has a response for the adorable letter.

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