AJ Tracey has been groped during his gigs - but doesn't feel he can "moan" about it.
The 'West Ten' hitmaker admitted he wears a tracksuit instead of shorts if he's planning to stage-dive during his performance as it reduces the risk of fans trying to touch his genitals but he insisted he won't condemn the behaviour because it is a "more rare" experience for men than women and it's the "plight" of females that needs to be focused on.
He told Sunday Times Style magazine: "The only reason I'm laughing about it is because I can't really moan.
"It's a regular occurrence for women, and it's something they have to deal with all the time.
"For men it's more rare. You're not gonna see a girl come up to me in the street and try to grab me up.
"So that's why I leave that plight for women because they need the attention on that one more than I do. Does that make sense?"
AJ also explained he needs to be comfortable on stage and his clothes need to be functional so he can move freely.
He said: "If it's at a massive show you have to look good, but you need to be able to move properly.
"Have you ever seen a 6ft-something person fall over? It's not pretty at all. I don't want to be that guy."
The 26-year-old rapper has hailed his mother as his "number one" and admitted he'd do anything not to upset his grandmother.
He said: "My mum is number one. Throughout my life, everything that's happened to me, like beefs, whatever activities I was getting involved in, my mum knew everything because I live under her roof.
"My grandma on my dad's side -- so my Trini grandma -- she's very strong to the point where most of my life I was scared of her, that's the truth.
"Go to grandma's house, make sure your shirt is buttoned up, don't put your elbows on the table because she'll whack them with a spoon."