A$AP Rocky kicked it with "The Breakfast Club" on Power 105.1 recently and he spoke on a number of different topics. One of the more interesting parts of the interview had to do with his court case stemming from when he attempted to steal a camera from a photographer. Rocky pleaded guilty to the Grand Larceny charge brought against him and briefly discussed the matter with the radio station crew.
"They said I tried to rob. I can't really talk into that, but it costs a lot of money just to be coming to court every month for something as petty as me stealing a camera in this day and age," Rocky stated. "It's one of those slaps on the wrists. That's when I calmed down for real. That was the last fight. That wasn't my first lawsuit."
Rocky also touched on his track "Wildside", which features the likes of T.I., and mentioned that older emcees were more willing to work with him than other younger artists were. The Harlem rapper even said he wished he could have worked with the legendary Big L, who is also an Uptown, NY native.
"These older cats like Big Boi, it's an honor to have them acknowledge me. I really wish Big L was around. I wish I could work with him, for real. That'd be crazy," he said. "I love that Hip Hop. East Coast, West Coast, Southern... Don't they call those the golden ages? Golden era."