ASAP Ferg stopped by The Breakfast Club to promote his latest project, Floor Seats. During the appearance, he addressed the tension between Asian Da Brat and City Girls, which he was unaware of when he released "Wigs" back in June.
"She told [me] this whole thing where there was no problems. She ain't have no problems with the City Girls. This that, and the third," Ferg said at the interview's six-minute mark. "It was just a whole bunch of back and forth with [Coach K] because I ain't think it was nothing. I'm just putting everyone on the song together."
When "Wigs" released, the first verison only had City Girls on it, causing Asian Da Brat to sent a tweet on why she was upset her verse was removed."I got mad love for @ASAPferg but him taking me off “WIG” was a big mistake," Asian wrote. "I BODIED THIS SHIT IN MY SLEEP." Ferg clarified in his interview that he released another verison with Asian Da Brat, which came out in July.
The alleged beef between Asian Da Brat and City Girls came from Asian claiming she and Megan Thee Stallion write their own lyrics. This seemed like a shot at the City Girls, and Yung Miami took offense since it was revealed Lil Yachty wrote most of the lyrics for "Act Up." "A HIT IS A HIT!!! Some of yall need writers PERIODT," she wrote on IG.
In addition to his own controversy, Ferg speaks about 6ix9ine's testimony and his general thoughts about it. "I thought he been snitching," Ferg said at around the 23-minute mark after admitting that he just caught up with the details of the case the day before the interview. "He really had a shot at being successful... he was really going."
Ferg also talked about potentially working with 6ix9ine. "Even for you to do a song with him, he had so much heat coming for him from all directions," Ferg explained. "Like, I met Tekashi. We talked about working. But, I had to be conscious of like, 'If I do a show with dude am I going to get shot at?'"
You can watch the full interview above.