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  • Rihanna on life, love and baby with A$AP Rocky: 'I just feel like I can do any part of life by his side'

    "I just feel like I can do any part of life by his side," the singer and designer, 34, told Vogue for the mag's May cover story.

  • Rihanna shares new baby bump pic: 'How the gang pulled up to Black History Month'

    Rihanna included more close-up photos of her bare belly in the post.

  • Rihanna Is All Smiles as She Cuddles Up with A$AP Rocky While Filming Together in N.Y.C.

    A source confirmed to PEOPLE in November that Rihanna and A$AP Rocky were dating after years of friendship

  • A$AP Rocky confirms Rihanna romance: 'She’s the one'

    "The love of my life," the rapper told GQ when the singer/designer's name was brought up. "My lady."

  • Kanye West talks backlash over Donald Trump support: 'I'm a black guy with a red hat, can you imagine'

    Kanye West likes having Donald Trump on speed dial.

  • A$AP Rocky To Return To Perform In Sweden Months After Detainment

    The rapper is scheduled to perform in Stockholm in December.

  • A$AP Rocky to Headline Concert in Sweden, Four Months After Release From Jail

    A$AP Rocky will return to Sweden for a headlining concert on Dec. 11, just under four months after he served more than three weeks in jail after a controversial altercation with fans. The announcement was short on details: “A$AP Rocky will be taking the stage at the Ericsson Globe on Wednesday, December 11th for a special headlining […]

  • Rapper A$AP Rocky says he's a sex addict: 'I can't be embarrassed about it'

    A$AP Rocky says he’s struggled with sex addition since he was in middle school.

  • A$AP Ferg Visited A$AP Rocky As Soon As He Got Back To The U.S.

    A$AP Ferg speaks on his close friendship with fellow rapper, A$AP Rocky.

  • A$AP Rocky found guilty of assault in Sweden: a timeline of the case

    Here's a breakdown of what’s happened with A$AP Rocky since his arrest in Sweden.

  • A$AP Rocky is found guilty but will not serve jail time

    A$AP Rocky was found guilty of assault Wednesday but will not serve further jail time, according to reports.

  • A$AP Rocky Riles Up Crowd in First Concert Since ‘Scary Humbling Experience’ in Swedish Jail

    A$AP had a chance to get wild for the night at Real Street Festival in Anaheim on Sunday. And given his current legal situation, awaiting a verdict on assault charges in Sweden, he took full advantage of it.The rapper closed out the second and final night of the festival hosted by REAL 92.3 FM, appearing before a crowd at the Honda Center festival grounds that chanted “F— Sweden!” during Rocky’s his first gig since his release last week from a Swedish jail where he was held for over three weeks.“I’m so happy to be here right now y’all can’t even understand it,” Rocky (né born Rakim Mayers) told the crowd at the start of his roughly one-hour set. “I’m so happy to be here right now. That was a scary humbling experience but I’m here right now. God is good.”Also Read: A$AP Rocky's Post-Arrest Gig in Anaheim Is Still On Next Weekend - And It's Not Sold Out (Yet)“People who didn’t even f— with me felt sympathetic for my situation, people was praying for me,” he continued. “That uplifted me when my spirits were low. Can’t thank y’all enough, that was crazy, thank you so much. Hip-hop never looked so strong together, we a big strong community together.”The New York rapper’s appreciation for the West Coast was in full effect throughout the night as he brought out Tyler the Creator (dressed like a preppy golfer) and a red bandanna-wearing YG as well as A$AP Ferg.“I’m so happy my brother is home,” Tyler said on stage after he and Rocky performed “Who Dat Boy.”Also Read: ASAP Rocky Arrested After Street Fight in SwedenRocky began his set behind a giant white sheet covering the stage during the first song “A$AP Forever” with flaming crash-test dummy graphics blazing on large twin screens. Once the sheet dropped, the rapper emerged wearing his own crash-test dummy mask and performed with his face hidden for two more songs.The crowd responded to Rocky’s thunderous energy through out the show, opening mosh pits in the crowd on his command, bouncing and smashing into each other during songs like “Wild For the Night,” “Hands on the Wheel” and “Pick It Up.”At the end of the show, he launched into “Yamborghini High” as a tribute to his former producer A$AP Yams, who died in 2015 at age 26. But first, he thanked the crowd once again for their support and asked that they “keep praying” for him.Also Read: A$AP Rocky Charged With Assault by Swedish ProsecutorsRocky is expected to return to Sweden next week to hear his sentence following a trial earlier this month. On July 3, Rocky and two associates, Bladimir Corniel and David Rispers, were arrested and charged with assault for their role in a street brawl in Stockholm. He and his associates pleaded not guilty and said he was acting in self-defense. The Swedish prosecutor has asked for a six-month prison sentence.Rocky’s detention caused a worldwide stir, with even President Donald Trump calling for his release.Fans soon posted portions of the performance on social media:"Hip Hop never looked so strong together." – ASAP Rocky at RealStreetFest pic.twitter.com/IFXJcRVCPa— Ani Caribbean (@AniCaribbean) August 12, 2019Read original story A$AP Rocky Riles Up Crowd in First Concert Since ‘Scary Humbling Experience’ in Swedish Jail At TheWrap

  • A$AP Rocky Attends Kanye West's Sunday Service with Kendall Jenner After Release From Jail

    A$AP Rocky Attends Kanye West's Sunday Service

  • A$AP Rocky Returns to U.S. with a Bright Smile After Release from Swedish Jail as Verdict Looms

    A$AP Rocky Arrives in the U.S. After His Release from Swedish Jail

  • A$AP Rocky Pleads Not Guilty in Swedish Assault Case

    The trial in Stockholm is now under way

  • A$AP Rocky Fan Arrested After Threatening to Blow Up Swedish Embassy

    A fan of A$AP Rocky was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly threatened to blow up the Swedish Embassy in Washington, D.C. According to an affadavit, the suspect, who has since been identified as Rebecca Kanter, placed a bag down near the entrance to the embassy, threw liquid from a glass coca cola bottle at the […]

  • Sweden rejects Trump's demand to intervene in A$AP Rocky's assault case

    The Swedish government on Friday rebuffed Trump's pointed attempt to get Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to intervene in the case of A$AP Rocky.

  • U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky arrested in Sweden after brawl: prosecutor

    U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky was arrested early on Wednesday on suspicion of serious assault after a brawl in Sweden's capital, prosecutors said. The 30-year-old performer, producer and model was held with three others in connection with a fight that took place on Sunday, a Prosecution Authority spokeswoman said. A$AP Rocky was detained around 1 a.m. (2300 GMT Tuesday), the prosecution said, a few hours after his appearance at the Smash hip hop festival in Stockholm.

  • Coachella 2019: Watch Tame Impala Bring Out ASAP Rocky

    They performed “Sundress” and “LSD” together

  • Lana Del Rey and Azealia Banks's feud starts out about Kanye West and ends with threats of physical violence and a lawsuit

    A fight between the two artists — over Kanye West — has been playing out on Twitter.