A$AP Rocky had to play peacemaker during his most recent show after a fight broke out among concertgoers.
Early Thursday morning (Nov. 2), footage of the ordeal surfaced online with the Harlemite imparting knowledge on two fans. As shown in the short clip, Rocky spots two young men going at in the crowd and decides to momentarily suspend his set to bring them on stage. Apparently, a 21-year-old and 17-year-old were squaring up while caught up in the midst of a mosh pit. "Iigh, first of all, he's 17 so you not supposed to be fighting him anyway," Rocky begins. "Chill out, chill out. Because when I was 17, I was fighting muhf*ckas... 28, 29, sometimes you lose, sometimes you win, but you still fight, you feel me?"
Rocky then explains to the two fans why he doesn't want them to fight to begin with, especially at an A$AP show. "At an A$AP show, y'all are considered family, you feel me?" he said. "It don't matter who talk first, you supposed to swing because you in a mosh pit. You supposed to come here to get out your anger in life, bro. You paid money to celebrate us and celebrate yourself. This is culture, you know what I'm saying? This is not just music."
And it appears as though Rocky's message resonated with both concertgoers, who reconciled their spat by simply hugging it out. Check out the full clip of A$AP Rocky keeping the peace, below.
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