Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky has had a strong breakout year in 2012 as he's managed to create a huge buzz for himself in the rap game, having an immediate impact early in his career. It will be capped off when his long-awaited, much anticipated debut album "Long.Live.A$AP" finally releases in mid-January.
But Rocky has also been involved in a quite a few incidents, making for bad press. As we move into the new year, the Harlem rap artist says he's looking to stay out of trouble and doesn't want to be sued any more. Hot 97's Miss Info caught up with the A$AP Mob leader and he explained himself.
"I don't want to get sued no more," A$AP said. "I don't want no more lawsuits. I feel like if somebody violate me, I let God deal with it. I'm keeping it fresh," he said briefly.
Do you think A$AP will stay trouble-free in 2013?