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ASAP Rocky Joins Rihanna's Diamonds Tour, Smoking Out the BB&T Center on 4/20

That "Pretty Flaco" is going on tour with that "Good Girl Gone Bad" ... So you know there's fina be hella weed smoke on the tour bus.



Tonight, A$AP Rocky will be at the Fillmore Miami Beach with his Mob. But he's already planning a return trip to South Florida, because he's also gonna be getting down with Rihanna's Diamonds tour in early 2013.



These trouble-makers are hitting the BB&T Center Center (and doing bong hits backstage?) on none other than Saturday, April 20.



Yes, 4/20 ... And we here at Crossfade are planning on being so high that we won't remember a goddamn thing.



See also:

-Rihanna Announces Diamonds 2013 World Tour, Coming to South Florida in April

-A$AP Rocky's Guide to Hooking Up With Chicks, Bitches, and Hos

-Rihanna and Four Other Hip-Hop Heavyweights Who Love Weed



With A$AP on the bill, the whole tour acquires a certain rawness that we're pretty stoked on. Rihanna is equal parts pop princess and dirty street slut, but now we're expecting a lil' more of the latter. Hopefully, Rocky and RiRi will get real nasty on stage when the rapper and the pop tart inevitably hook up for their duet, the cunnilingus-friendly remix of "Cockiness."





Most importantly, though, this swagged-out fade fest is scheduled on the most verdent of holidays. For sure, the whole place will be up in smoke.



Guaranteed, A$AP Rocky is gonna bring his drug-fueled hood-hop straight from the streets of Houston and Harlem. And obviously, Rihanna plays her game with no shame. So we wouldn't be surprised if the Barbadian babe lit up a joint in the middle of a lip-sync.



Extra points if she Instagrams it.



Rihanna's Diamonds Tour. With A$AP Rocky. Saturday, April 20, 2013. BB&T Center, 1 Pantehr Pkwy., Sunrise. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets cost $91.25 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. Call 954-835-7000 or visit thebbtcenter.com.



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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.