A$AP Mob leader A$AP Rocky is reportedly being sought out by an upset female hip-hop fan who claims she suffered a serious injury from his crew two years ago.

According to reports, victim Krystina Clowes has sued Rocky for $75,000 for her injuries at a 2013 concert.

Turns out … A$AP Mob member Young Shabba felt the urge to crowd surf and landed on the unsuspecting fan. She says in the lawsuit she’s a mess, and may never fully recover. As for why she’s suing A$AP Rocky, Clowes claims the whole mob has a history of stage diving, so they’re all responsible. (TMZ)

Check out what A$AP Rocky has kept busy with these past few months on the next page…

Earlier this summer, A$AP Rocky talked about a publicized London altercation he found himself in a few months ago.

While in a bagel shop on Brick Lane in east London he got into an altercation over a pastry and an Uber taxi. “I was being an a**hole. If I’d have hit that guy I wouldn’t have been able to go back to the UK,” he says, reflecting: “I’ve got so many good things going on in my life, why would I run back into a bagel shop after a dude threw a pastry at my Uber?” (The Guardian)

Footage from the near-physical encounter surfaced across the Internet back in April.

“What’s up? Should I snuff you right now? What’s good? I don’t give a f*ck n*gga, what’s up?! What’s up? Don’t throw sh*t at my car. You don’t know me n*gga! F*ck outta here, n*gga! I’ll f*ck you up, n*gga! P*ssy n*gga. I love London! I love London. I love London. I love London. Have respect, n*gga. Whatchu mean? I got weight, n*gga! See me? What the f*ck is you talking about? Man, you p*ssy too!” (YouTube)

In early June, Rocky’s new A.L.L.A. album managed to topple its competition on the sales chart.

Rapper A$AP Rocky claims his second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, as At.Long.Last.A$AP bows atop the tally. The set, which was released on May 26, moved 146,000 equivalent album units in the week ending May 31, according to Nielsen Music. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). (Billboard)