The A$AP Rocky Sex Tape Has Arrived, And The Internet Has Opinions

Completely NSFW.

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What is in the A$AP Rocky sex tape? Another day, another celebrity sex tape.

This time, A$AP Rocky — of the A$AP Mob collective of rappers that includes A$AP Ferg — has all his milk and cookies on display for the world to see — and critique. And because the Internet remains undefeated, fans took to social media to share their thoughts about the rapper's "stroke game" almost as quickly as the tape was released. 


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Let's look at what the A$AP Rocky sex tape reveals, and what the Internet had to say about it all. 

1. What's in the A$AP Rocky sex tape? The extremely NSFW tape in question is very graphic.

It goes without saying that the A$AP Rocky sex tape is extremely explicit and NSFW. If you're curious to know what it entails (and we know you are), press play and make sure you're not at work when you do.


You'll definitely be seeing a side of the rapper you never thought you'd see. Yikes. (In case you're curious, reports suggest that his partner is Instagram model Ms. Sethi. Her Instagram is now private, so there's no way we can confirm or deny it.) 

2. A$AP Rocky has said in the past he's a sex addict. 

In an interview with hip hop legend Angie Martinez, A$AP Rocky confessed that he was a "sex addict." In his confession, he detailed that he's been a sex addict since he was in junior high.

"I was always horny," he said to Martinez, adding that he didn't even have "sperm in his testicles yet" when he started having those special feelings. When Martinez pointed out that there's a difference between being horny and being an addict, A$AP Rocky insisted that yes, indeed, he is a sex addict, and that he "can't be embarrassed about it" even though there are plenty of people who would shy away from such a discussion.

That said, A$AP Rocky insisted that he can have a monogamous relationship. 


3. He was rumored to be getting busy with Rihanna. 

Do we ship it? Yes, we do. Recent rumors have surfaced about A$AP Rocky's dating life prior to this sex tape being leaked, and the rumor that refuses to die revolves around A$AP Rocky and Rihanna.

Even though the "Pour It Up" songstress and entrepreneur has been involved with Hassan Jameel since 2016, she and the "Praise The Lord" rapper have been rumored to be in an on-again, off-again affair during that time. 

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4. The Internet has no chill. 

When the A$AP Rocky sex tape dropped, fans took to Twitter to share their shock about its existence. Needless to say, the feedback on his "stroke game" was less than positive.


One person referred to his manhood as a "gummy worm" (now, ma'am...). Another expressed that he was disappointed that A$AP Rocky gave us the "weak stroke game to end the decade." And still another suggested that "only white women" tolerate that poor sexual performance. Ouch. 

5. A$AP Rocky denied that it was him on the sex tape. 

Speaking on behalf of his penis, A$AP Rocky took to Twitter to deny that the man on the tape was, in fact, him. Since we don't see his face in the video, we can safely say that there's plausible deniability here. Read A$AP Rocky's statement for yourself:

6. Is it possible that it's not A$AP Rocky on the sex tape?

Since A$AP Rocky denies that it's him on the sex tape in question, there's a chance that he just might sue over its existence. It's also possible that this is a publicity stunt to promote something, but we're just not sure what. 


Regardless, we'll be sure to keep you posted on what, exactly, happens with the A$AP Rocky sex tape next. 

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, publicist, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post,, and more.