"I got my lady in here," the rapper can be heard saying in a video circulating online
In a video circulating online, the rapper can be heard getting heated with attendees of a nightclub after they got into a physical altercation near his Grammy-winning partner during a recent outing.
"Y'all n----- act like gentlemen right now, you heard?" said Rocky, 34, into a microphone at the dimly lit venue. "I got my lady in here."
He continued, "Y'all n----- calm that s--- down, man. Don't be in the section doing all that s---. Calm that s--- down, y'all act like gentlemen when y'all in our presence."
A$AP started the post with a cute picture of RZA crawling on a blanket next to the superstar artist, 35, as she kissed A$AP Rocky on the cheek. He also shared multiple other photos of the three posing for the cameras and acting silly in the mirror.
He then posted several snaps of him bonding with his son, including a shot of him shaving with RZA in his arms and even a video where the proud father holds his son up and dances him around.
His final slide of the post showed a video of Wu-Tang Clan founding member Ol' Dirty Bastard at an award show saying that "Wu-Tang Clan is for the children."
He echoed the sentiment in his caption for the post on Instagram, writing: "WU TANG IZ 4 DA CHUREN 🤲" HAPPY 1st BIRTHDAY TO MY 1st BORN . RZA❤️."
The baby boy's unique moniker was confirmed by the birth certificate obtained by PEOPLE earlier this month.
The name pays homage to the leader of the Wu-Tang Clan, producer and rapper RZA (pronounced "Rizza"), whose real name is Robert Fitzgerald Diggs.
The name reveal arrived almost a year after the "Diamonds" singer and Rocky welcomed their first baby together and just a few months after Rihanna surprised the world with a second pregnancy during her Super Bowl halftime show.
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"It's everything. You really don't remember life before, that's the craziest thing ever," she said. "You literally try to remember it – and there are photos of my life before – but the feeling, the desires, the things that you enjoy, everything, you just don't identify with it because you don't even allow yourself mentally to get that far, because…. Because it doesn't matter."
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