A$AP Rocky says his controversial comments on black issues were “taken out of context”[VIDEO]

CLAPPING BACK…
A$AP Rocky ain’t with the sh**s when it comes to haters DRAGGING his spirit for filth following the exhumation of his SUPERRRR messy September 2015 interview with Time Out magazine in which he basically refused to get involved with the Black Lives Matter movement.
As you’ll probably recall, the “F**kin Problem,” rapper felt the wrath of pissed off social media soldiers after the following quote went viral, last week:
“So every time something happens because I’m black I gotta stand up? What the f**k am I, Al Sharpton now? I’m A$AP Rocky. I did not sign up to be no political activist. I wanna talk about my motherf**kin’ lean, my best friend dying, the girls that come in and out of my life, the jiggy fashion that I wear, my new inspirations in drugs! I don’t wanna talk about no f**king Ferguson and s**t because I don’t live over there! I live in f**king Soho and Beverly Hills. I can’t relate. I’m in the studio; I’m in these fashion studios; I’m in these b**ches’ drawers. I’m not doing anything outside of that. That’s my life.”

BRUH..
WELP..

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Today, the 27-year-old Harlem World representative took his little braids down to Power 105.1 FM’s The Breakfast club where he attempted to clear his sullied reputation and made it known that his main objective is to promote peace and prosperity, “especially for black people,” without feeling pressured into being super political all the time.

“I feel terrible as a black man and as an American,” an apologetic Rocky explained to the radio show hosts.
GIRL. BYE.
Assuring listeners that his words were taken out of context, the A$AP Mob frontman went on to reveal that the interviewer frustrated him; thus causing him to misspeak at times during their chat.
“It make it look like I’m like, ‘F**k y’all, n***as, I’m out in Beverly Hills and I’m good,'” he said, before confirming that those were NOT his sentiments.
SIDEEEEEEE EYEEEEEE!!!!

Rocky then went on to say that it’s difficult for him to speak on situations for which he was not present–such as the socio-political issues in Ferguson or Baltimore–but understands that racism is alive all throughout in America…even in his adoptive home of Beverly Hills.
Though seeking redemption from the black community, the rapper managed to squeeze in a “All Lives Matter,” mention and a “what about black on black crime,” comment…which let most listeners know he wasn’t fully woke just yet..

CHECK OUT HIS INTERVIEW..

CAN WE FORGIVE A$AP OR IS HE STILL UP FOR TRADE BY THE BLACK DELEGATION?
THOUGHTS??

 

By : Asia Grace

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