At a concert last night, A$AP Rocky stopped the show to address two fans who were fighting in the crowd. Not only did Rocky stop the altercation, but he brought both of them on stage to address their behavior, and even made them hug it out. Watch footage below.

Rocky asked for their names and ages, and when finding out one of them - Anthony - was a minor, he addressed the other - Vic - with “He's seventeen, so you not supposed to be fighting him anyways." He continued, "When I was seventeen, I was fighting muhfuckas. When I was 28, 29, sometimes you lose, sometimes you win, but you still fight."

As he reminded everyone in attendance, at one of his shows "y'all are considered family, you feel me? You supposed to come here to get out your anger in life, bro. You paid money to celebrate us and celebrate yourself. This is culture, you know what I'm saying? This is not just music.”

Stay tuned for word on A$AP Rocky's impending album.

In other music news, Nicki Minaj's remix of Lil Uzi Vert has finally arrived. Listen to it here.

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