A$AP Rocky Discusses Drug-Fueled Orgies and Getting ‘Cozy’ with Weed

It seems that any problems A$AP Rocky has nowadays are far and few between.

The 26-year-old rapper dropped his second studio album At.Long.Last.A$AP on Tuesday, will make his feature film debut this June and recently spilled details on his wonderfully hedonistic life.

“There’s definitely a psychedelic influence on my new album,” Rocky told the New York Post. “Makonnen gave me acid at SXSW. This n—a looked like Buddha with a Jheri curl! After that, I went back to my mansion and f–ked nine chicks. It was pretty rad. That’s a true story.”

He went on to explain that he wasn’t actively engaging with all nine girls at once.

“It’s like group sex,” he continued. “You have three at a time, and then you have three orgies. That’s nine chicks.”

With the first single off his new album titled “L$D,” it seems fitting that Rocky, who recently performed at the 2015 High Times U.S. Cannabis Cup in Denver, is having acid-fueled orgies. In fact, his two favorite topics to discuss are sex and drugs—both of which he’s always been very candid about.

“[Acid] helps me cope with life,” Rocky explained to Billboard earlier this month. “I’ve been doing this stuff since I got into the industry. People are scared to talk about it. It’s trippy. My art, my visuals. Very trippy.”

When asked about the comment, the rapper denied being reliant on psychedelic drugs.

“Nah, I don’t rely on that shit,” he told the New York Post. “Look at me—I’m cozy. I do smoke weed every day, though.”

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