The 26-year-old hip hop star has conceded rapping about the singer giving him oral sex on his recent song 'Better Things' was a bad idea, but doesn't understand why anyone cares about either of their love lives.
He said: ''The Rita thing was tasteless of me.
''[But] I've got to stand by it, because I did it. I said it.
''Who gives a f**k about who I'm f**king? Nobody really cares. It's fun to hear, but who really gives a f**k about who Rita Ora's f**king?''
Despite his comments, ASAP - whose real name is Rakim Mayers - insisted he is ''more humble'' than when he first kicked off his music career.
He explained: ''Coming in I was so braggodocious: gold, b***hes, all that other s**t. Not a lot has changed.
''I'm just a little more humble. I'm here to stand out, I'm not here to s**t on people no more.''
The 'Multiply' hitmaker revealed he is hoping to put the incident behind him though, and is already looking at the next thing he can do after recently releasing his second studio album 'At. Long. Last. A$AP', admitting he is eyeing up the idea of making himself a big name on Broadway.
Speaking to The Guardian newspaper about what he hopes to do next, he considered: ''Maybe Broadway; get my theatrical experience in. Or I want to develop my own show, on the internet and TV. ''I just want to bring back actual culture to hip-hop.''
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