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A$AP Ferg Addressed A$AP Mob Fall Out on New Track "Big A$AP"

On Thursday, the track was added to Ferg's newest album, Floor Seats II.

A$AP Ferg has officially dropped a new single addressing if he’s still a part of the A$AP Mob collective, "Big A$AP" featuring Monica.

On Thursday, the track arrived on streaming platforms. Ferg previously shared that he’d be releasing the single on Ebro Darden’s radio show on Hot 97 earlier this week. If you’re up to date on the situation, a few weeks back A$AP Illz and A$AP Bari alleged Ferg was ousted from the group. When Ebro asked Ferg about it, he responded by sharing that a forthcoming song would address the allegations. 

“It was something super petty, but to make a long story short ... I address it in a song called 'Big ASAP' that I'm adding on to the project in a week," Ferg shared. "You're gonna get all the answers you want out of that song.” He added, “They gave me promo I couldn't pay for. That A is still in my name, that A is still tatted on me."

Ferg took a classy route and didn’t throw shots at the members in his collective that were previously bad-mouthing him. On “Big A$AP,” he rapped:  “The propaganda bring you up to bring you back down/How you gonna kick a leader of ASAP out/I keep my foot on these n***as neck till they pass out.”

Last Friday, the Harlem rapper released Floor Seats II his latest album (stream it below). The release is equipped with features by Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Mulatto, and Diddy. Fivio Foreign, Tyga, MadeinTYO and Jay Gwuapo also made appearances on the release. "Move Ya Hips" a single from the album garnered a bit of traction when it recently dropped.

Hopefully the arrival of “Big A$AP” clears up things for the group. If it doesn’t we’ll be sharing the latest updates on the debacle.

Listen to “Big A$AP” below.