Recently there have been some low level rumors that there was some type of friction between talented NY outfits A$AP Mob and Pro Era. A$AP Mob's A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast and A$AP Twelvy recently addressed the speculation in a recent interview on Hot 97's Morning Show. "Negative, not true," replied Ferg after being asked to confirm if there was any problems between the crews. "Those are the little bros."

A$AP Nast said he thinks the rumors come from fans who may have taken exception with the crews' similar musical directions. "It wasn't any of the main members, that I know of," said Nast. "I'm not taking it as a Pro Era [vs.] A$AP until any of them speak up and say something directly."

Speaking of friction, Trinidad James made people hot with his recent comments about New York, sparking a few angry reactions. Ferg touched on the situation saying he thinks there may have been a motive behind the "All Gold Everything" rappers comments. "I just feel like he has an album coming out and he don't have a single," said Ferg agreeing with Peter Rosenberg that the Atlanta rapper may have been trolling. "That's still the homie. You gotta make some type of noise. Everybody does it."

Check out the entire interview, where the mob also speaks on their affinity for white girls and the progression of NY hip-hop, below.