Tyler, the Creator, and A$AP Rocky roast each other over their footwear choices. Their jabs are considered harmless since they are friends.
The "Who Dat Boy" singer was the first to throw shade at A$AP Rocky after the latter was photographed in his Futura x Nike SB P Rod 1 Elites during a studio session.
A$AP Rocky fired back at Tyler, the Creator, by uploading the latter's video while in his high pants and sandals with socks. On his Instagram account, the "Fashion Killa" rapper uploaded a photo of what Tyler, the Creator may look like in 2048.
The image seems to have been sourced out from a local new segment and displays a doppelganger wearing a baseball cap. His teeth are also crooked, and he has grey hair. As of late, Tyler, the Creator, has not playfully fired back at A$AP Rocky.
Tyler, The Creator Talks About Grammys
Earlier this year, Tyler, the Creator also made headlines after he had said that he should have been nominated in more categories at the Grammys. The rapper earned his first Best Rap Album nomination for his fourth album Flower Boy. However, he said that one nomination was not enough.
Following the awards show, Tyler, the Creator sat down for an interview on The Shane Show.
"I think it would be tight if I won, just because it's something different. And there's no one speaking for those people. I don't even want to use the word weird, because I feel like that's a cheap word - or eclectic. But [this is for] the 'me's.' We're rarely up there. I know if I win something, they'll feel like they won something," said the rapper.
A$AP Rocky Drops 'Praise The Lord' Music Video
In related news, A$AP Rocky also hit the headlines this week following the release of his and Skepta's music video for "Praise the Lord (Da Shine)." The over three-minute split-screen clip shows the two rapper's lives in New York City and London.
A$AP Rocky and Skepta go about their respective lives doing the exact same things even though they are in different parts of the world. "Praise the Lord" is featured in A$AP Rocky's third studio album Testing, which was released on May 25.
The other songs in the compilation are "Distorted Records," "A$AP Forever REMIX," "Tony Tone," "Fukk Sleep," "CALLDROPS," "Buck Shots," "Gunz N Butter," "Brotha Man," "OG Beeper," "Kids Turned Out Fine," "Hun43rd," "Changes," "Black Tux, White Collar," and "Purity."