Fetty Wap Apologizes to Fans And Receives Hometown Honor

(Radio.com) The New Jersey-based rapper, Fetty Wap, used a home state stop on the One Hell of a Nite Tour to reveal the album art for his highly anticipated self-titled set. But that's not all. While in the Garden State, Fetty Wap announced that he will give a free performance at his former high school and receive the key to the city of Paterson.

On Wednesday (Aug. 26) he displayed the cover art for the album and posted an accompanying video that highlighted some of his performance. In it, he issued an apology to fans who he may offend at any given time.

"Last year I didn't have an address," he said from the stage. "This year I got five addresses…If it wasn't for ya'll Fetty Wap wouldn't be her….I do want to say some days I'm human, when I wake up and have bad moments. I have two kids myself, bad as hell. So when I'm having a bad moment don't ever think I'm being mean. I'm a father and I be away from my kids for a long time. I just wanted to say that because of a couple of people I took pictures with today and I'm sorry if y'all here. I just want to say sorry in advance."

Watch his apology here.

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