If VAB ≠ 0, then it would be I-i that goes to infinity.AB seems to be a shortcircuit. That is a potential difference of 0, so if you end up getting that, it's nothing to worry about. If you got something other than 0, that's when you should be worried.
Basically, you can think of a shortcircuit as taking a branch with a single resistor R, and doing R → 0. From V = IR, you see that I = V/R, so if R → 0, the only way to stop I from going to infinity and being a defined finite value, is to have V = 0, that is, the potential difference across a shortcircuit vanishes.