Shocking news has just come out of the A $ AP Mob camp. On Tuesday, September 1, it was revealed that artist A $ AP Ferg, one of the New York rap troupe’s most prominent figures, was no longer a part of it.
According to Mafia founder A $ AP Illz, there was friction between the two.
So Illz unfortunately kicked him out of the collective. In a series of IG stories, the founder made the main announcement.
A $ AP Mob was created in 2007 by Illz and A $ AP Bari, A $ AP Rocky and Ferg were added the following year. Since then, these latest rappers have dropped a number of singles and albums to the top of the charts that have earned them fame and notoriety over the years.
A $ AP Ferg connects with Lil Wayne and Jay Gwuapo for “No Ceiling”
A $ AP Ferg
This isn’t the only recent news of a rapper leaving a group that has emerged. A few weeks ago, Cordae left the YBN crew and consequently abandoned the YBN since its name began. YBN Nahmir, the founder of this troop, revealed the announcement on social networks. “They left that YBN shit in the sewers,” he said at the time. “Remember this. I will lift it myself.
Ferg has yet to release a statement about his departure from A $ AP Mob.
However, he’s been working hard lately as he prepares for the release of his next album. Already released singles like “Value”, as well as “Move Ya Hips” with Nicki Minaj and MadeinTYO, the artist recently released the artwork for “No Ceiling”, with Lil Wayne and Jay Gwuapo.
We’re not sure when his next album will be released or we don’t have any details at this time. However, as it will include music from the Harlem rapper, we have no doubts it will be hot. Everything he does is.
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