A$AP Rocky originally rose to fame in late 2011, at the height of Odd Future's takeover. Needless to say, there was some tension between the East Coast and West Coast crews. While the beef never boiled over into anything serious, Tyler, The Creator still sends shots on Twitter every once in a while. In a new interview with Life+Times, Rocky touched on the latest diss, along with a few other subjects.  L+T: When the single “Fuckin’ Problems” was released, Tyler, The Creator took to Twitter and said “So funny when someone releases a new song with the same four people that we expected to be on it with the same shitty “Trap” beat Hahaha.” What did you think of that? A$AP Rocky: He has his opinions and he’s entitled to them, so it’s whatever. Hell no, I’m not tripping over what Tyler, The Creator said. I’m Jiggy.   You can read the full interview on Life+Times right here.
News | February 4, 2013
A$AP Rocky Responds to Tyler, The Creator’s “Fuckin’ Problems” Diss

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A$AP Rocky originally rose to fame in late 2011, at the height of Odd Future's takeover. Needless to say, there was some tension between the East Coast and West Coast crews. While the beef never boiled over into anything serious, Tyler, The Creator still sends shots on Twitter every once in a while. In a new interview with Life+Times, Rocky touched on the latest diss, along with a few other subjects. 

L+T: When the single “Fuckin’ Problems” was released, Tyler, The Creator took to Twitter and said “So funny when someone releases a new song with the same four people that we expected to be on it with the same shitty “Trap” beat Hahaha.” What did you think of that?

A$AP Rocky: He has his opinions and he’s entitled to them, so it’s whatever. Hell no, I’m not tripping over what Tyler, The Creator said. I’m Jiggy.

 

You can read the full interview on Life+Times right here.