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A$AP Rocky's SpaceGhostPurrp Diss Track Leaks: "Motherfuck Blackland" (VIDEO)

After A$AP Rocky took a little poo on the 305 today on the YouTube. It's unlikely he'll be welcome back in Miami anytime soon.

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A portion of a Rocky diss track leaked in which he cheerfully declares: "Motherfuck Blackland." Not sure if y'all knew, that that's the 305, courtesy of SpaceGhostPurrp and the Raider Klan.

The two were once friends, but then there was Twitter beef (that's a new Hormel snack, btws). SGP accused the New York rapper of stealing lyrics, and blah, blah, angry stuff. This led to some rowdy post-concert behavior by Purrp outside of Rocky's Fillmore show on Miami Beach, which then led to his arrest.

Days later, Rocky claimed innocence, sort of, in an interview with Compex magazine: "For example, the whole thing with SpaceGhostPurrp -- I didn't say anything. He's putting his foot in his mouth. People are starting to see he's a racist and crazy and bipolar."

Well, we would have given you some credit before this track leaked. Maybe SGP wasn't wrong, brah. No need to "motherfuck" Miami. It's a damned good place to rap about and to eat Cuban food. Check out the audio below.

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