Influencer who ignited ASAP Rocky cheating rumour apologizes for ‘reckless tweets’

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The influencer who ignited A$AP Rocky cheating rumours has apologised to Rihanna, A$AP and Amina Muaddi for his “reckless” tweets.

Louis Pisano, who is also a fashion commentator, shook the internet Thursday night when he posted series of tweets, now deleted, alleging that Rihanna and A$AP Rocky had split because the rapper cheated on Riri with a Fenty Footwear designer, Amina Muaddi.

He further claimed that this happened at the Paris Fashion Week last month.

The shocking news reverberated across the internet, spreading like wildfire on social media sites like Twitter, where people condemned A$AP for “fumbling” by cheating on the Barbadian billionaire.

Pisano has now decided to retract his allegations.

Posting on Twitter, Pisano apologised for starting the ASAP Rocky cheating rumour which he said is a dumb decision on his part.

“Last night I made a dumb decision to tweet some information I had received. I’m not going to talk about sources, blame others for a discussion that was started. At the end of the day I made the decision to draft that tweet, press send and put that out with my name on it. So I’d like to apologise to all parties I involved with my actions and for my reckless tweets.

“I fully accept the consequences of my actions for my tweets and any harm they caused. I have no excuse for it, I’ve been way too wrapped up in Twitter drama and unfortunately leaned into being messy as a brand which is something going forward I’m going to move away from. Again I apologize to them for this unnecessary drama”.

A source close to Rihanna and A$AP Rocky told TMZ that the two are still together and the rumours of a split are false.

The designer, Amina Muaddi, who is accused of dating A$AP, also refuted the “vile” and “malicious” allegations in a statement shared on her social media accounts.

Meanwhile, Rihanna has been spotted with Rocky on a trip to Barbados.

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