Thursday's fight between Ian Connor, Theophilus London, and A$AP Bari seemingly came out of nowhere. Accusations of sexual assault have followed Connor since Malika Anderson came forward with a blog post in April. Then, Thursday, shortly after London tweeted that Connor is a rapist, videos of Connor punching London and then getting whacked by Bari. The feud then made its way to Twitter where there was much name calling and unveiling of private conversations.

There hasn't been a ton of clarity on why the feud—which seemingly is a couple months coming—kicked off now, at an event at Paris retailer colette. The first to speak out about it is Off-White designer Virgil Abloh, who was at the event which was supposed to be about the launch of a VLONE collection as well as a book signing. Abloh shared his feelings about the fight with WWD

They’re all brothers, so it’s basically watching a bunch of brothers fight,” he said later. “It was totally fine. I looked at it as, like, a casualty — I call it me being a camp counselor. I probably knew it was going to happen. It’s just all the energy, but it’s like them being them. But I believe you can’t just like kids when it’s good. I’m not an educator or anything like that. And it’s not about that. It’s just about leading by example.”

Abloh seems to be really underselling what went down at colette. Some of the barbs traded on Twitter, where people were accused of being rapists, child molesters, and heroin addicts, is not what we would define as "brother" behavior. However, it's the only thing we have to go on for now.