Rapper clears up Twitter rant, says Rocky and crew are his "brothers for life."
A week ago Danny Brown wasn’t feeling A$AP Mob and took to Twitter to vent about the camp cutting his verse out of their song "Hella H--s." But the "Kush Coma" rapper has had a change of heart, as he cleared up the "misunderstanding" this past weekend during an interview after his Bonnaroo performance.
Danny, who recalled how he and his “brothers" the Mob got their start in the game together, told Complex, "At the end of the day this was just a label thing … it had nothing to do with us. Them putting out the first single for A$AP Mob, it should be an A$AP Mob song without any other features."
Although Danny confirmed that it was just a "misunderstanding," social media kind of blew it out of proportion. "It hurt my feelings to see people posting [on Twitter] and making this thing bigger than it was," Danny continued.
But the Twitter conversations didn't have the negative effect that some may have thought it would. "It's good that it all happened that way because it made our relationship that much tighter."
"If you can have disagreements … or whatever with friends, if y’all can make it past that then y’all are family for life," Danny said.
Now that it's all water under the bridge, Danny and A$AP fans should expect a collaboration coming soon. "Me and A$AP Rocky are making music right now." As for his verse on "Hella H—s," Danny hopes they delete it and move on.
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