A$AP Mob are being sued by a woman who claims a crowd surfing incident at a 2013 gig left her injured.
Tammy Nguyen attended a performance by the group at the Fonda Theater in Hollywood, which saw Mob members and fans crowd surfing throughout.
According to TMZ reports, when A$AP Ferg lept from the stage, he hit Nguyen, who also claims security did not help her exit the venue. Nguyen is suing both the rap collective and Ferg, real name Darold Ferguson, Jr.
Last week, the death of A$AP Mob founding member A$AP Yams was ruled to have been accidentally caused by an acute mixed drug intoxication. Yams, who was instrumental in the formation of the rap collective in 2007, died in January. Speaking to the New York Times earlier this week, A$AP Rocky commented: “He always had a struggle with drugs. That was his thing.”
In the new interview, Rocky recalls the night of Yams’ death, when he was at A$AP Lou and Yams’ Brooklyn apartment. At 3am, they found Yams unconscious on his bed, which was covered in vomit. “I just look at his face. I look at [A$AP] Lou. You could just tell. We knew,” said Rocky. “I was scared. I was wilding on everybody, like, ‘Who let him do drugs?,’ even though you can’t blame nobody.”
Also this week, Rocky revealed the name of his next LP, which will be titled ‘At.Long.Last.A$AP’.