A$AP Rocky on Critics of His Instagram: "Tell Them People Suck My D*ck"

A$AP Rocky has some choice words for those who didn’t take too kindly to his recent art project on

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A$AP Rocky has some choice words for those who didn’t take too kindly to his recent art project on Instagram. As we previously reported, Rocky lost over a 100,000 followers on Instagram as a result of his “digital art installation.” Now, in a new interview with The Guardian, the A.L.L.A. rapper is speaking out on those who weren’t exactly feeling his way of expressing himself on Instagram. Speaking on the loss of followers, Rocky tells The Guardian:

“I got them right back…Why don’t they tell that story? Why don’t they tell how I got more [followers] than I lost? Why don’t they tell how much I inspire people? Tell them people s*ck my dick. Please be sure to put that in there. Quote me.”

There you go. If you weren’t into A$AP Rocky’s recent moves, he’s taking a very D-Generation X approach to the matter. You can read The Guardian’s full piece on A$AP Rocky here.

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