AceShowbiz - Trouble seems to be following A$AP Rocky wherever he goes. The 30-year-old hip-hop star is reported to have attacked a man in Sweden on Sunday night, June 30 after a video surfaces showing someone who is believed to be the rapper getting involved in a beat down on the street in Stockholm.
In the video taken by an onlooker, A$AP Rocky appeared to have an intense conversation with a couple of guys outside Max restaurant. According to TMZ which obtained the video, the two guys confronted the "F**kin' Problems" hitmaker for allegedly breaking a pair of their headphones earlier.
The two young men kept following A$AP Rocky and threatened to call the police over the broken headphones. When someone stepped in to translate the argument between the two parties, A$AP Rocky reportedly told the two men to stop following him and his crew.
Another woman then interrupted the conversation and accused one of the two guys of grabbing her ass earlier. That's when A$AP Rocky and his crew decided to teach one of the guys some lesson. A$AP Rocky, who was clad in a white hoodie and green shorts, was seen kicking and tossing the man on the street. Three other men were seen joining A$AP Rocky to beat the guy. During the fight, someone could be heard smashing a bottle.
Sources say A$AP Rocky and his crew left the scene before police arrived, leaving the guy bleeding on the street. An ambulance and cops showed up shortly afterward and took statements from witnesses.
Law enforcement sources say police are looking into various fights that went down Sunday night in the center of Stockholm, but so far none of them is linked to A$AP Rocky. Sources close to A$AP Rocky's team claims that the rapper and his friends were only responding to "an assault."
A$AP Rocky has had a run-in with the law in the past. Back in August 2013, the star whose real name is Rakim Mayers allegedly slapped a woman during the Budweiser Made in America Festival. He was charged "with misdemeanor simple assault, a class two misdemeanor". The case was dismissed after a witness failed to appear to court.
The woman later filed a lawsuit in July 2014, stating that she still suffered certain conditions following the alleged assault. The A$AP Mob member denied that he ever touched the woman and the lawsuit was eventually settled in April 2015.