Fans think A$AP Rocky is throwing daggers at Travis Scott in his latest song.
“First you stole my flow, so I stole your bitch / Then you stole my style, I need at least like 10 percent,” Rocky rapped while headlining the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami Sunday.
“All due disrespect, I hope you take offense.”
The “Fashion Killa” artist, 34, can be seen in a video posted to Twitter performing the unreleased track on a ladder surrounded by the crowd below.
Following the diss, fans began to speculate that Rocky, who confirmed his relationship with Rihanna in 2020, was referring to Scott, 32.
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“Naah Rocky sending shots at Trav,” one Twitter user wrote.
“bruh rocky & Travis beef reignited just before they both drop they albums,” a second person tweeted.
Scott was previously romantically linked to the “Umbrella” singer in 2015, though the two never addressed the rumors.
Meanwhile, Rocky now shares a 1-year-old son named RZA with the Fenty Beauty founder, and they have another baby on the way.
Rolling Loud wouldn’t be the first time that Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, has spoken about Scott publicly.
In May 2022, he addressed claims that the “Sicko Mode” rapper copied his style during an appearance on an episode of “Drink Champs.”
“I saw similarities, for sure. I saw that he was inspired and s—t like that, but that’s what we in it for,” he said.
“Imitation is the best form of flattery. If people wasn’t trying to imitate you, then you’re doing something wrong.”
Rocky’s apparent diss comes ahead of the release of his highly anticipated new album “Don’t Be Dumb.” Coincidentally, Scott announced at Rolling Loud that his new album “Utopia” would be released Friday, along with the film “Circus Maximus.”