The veteran R&B singer is back in the headlines following the broadcast of the "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries, which chronicles the years of sexual misconduct allegations made against the 52-year-old, and it appears the scandal has made A$AP think twice about the way he behaves around his female devotees to ensure no lines are crossed.
The "Wild for the Night" hitmaker was recently asked by two female fans to kiss them on the cheek, but in video footage of the exchange, posted online, he turns down the request.
"It's too much R. Kelly stuff going on right now (sic)," he told the pair. "No kisses on the cheek tonight. Shout-outs to these beautiful young ladies. Y'all get home safe, OK?".
The footage emerges days after Rocky's A$AP Mob crew co-founder, A$AP Bari, pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a woman at a London hotel in 2017.
He was fined $5,000 (£4,000), while the hip-hop star was also ordered to pay his victim $3,100 (£2,500) compensation as well as $3,100 in court costs.