Local Music

SpaceGhostPurrp Arrested After Beefing With A$AP Rocky and the Mob on Miami Beach

The feud between Miami's Raider Klan and NYC's A$AP Mob continues ...

As we here at Crossfade have previously pointed out, Raider capo SpaceGhostPurrp and Mob boss A$AP Rocky were once homies. They spent time together, smoking blunts, ripping up studios, and dropping some collabo slabs. But then they started beefin', mostly via Twitter.

Last night, though, shit got real when Purrp got cuffed by the cops after he and the Klan heckled Rocky and the Mob during their LongLiveA$AP tour stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

See also:

-Interview: SpaceGhostPurrp on "Fightin' Fake Motherf$&#ers"

-Soulja Boy to SpaceGhostPurrp "We Gone Eat Yo Face," Thows Bath Salts on A$AP Beef

-Concert Review: ASAP Rocky at the Fillmore Miami Beach, November 8

-ASAP Rocky on SpaceGhostPurrp: "He's a Racist and Crazy and Bipolar"

As the night got goin', A$AP Rocky and the Mob, Danny Brown, and ScHoolboy Q kicked out that swag stuff without interruption. The kids were smoking out the place. And eveyone's cups were filled to the brim.

But a couple of songs deep into the set, Rocky looked out into the crowd and said, "Shut the fuck up!" before asking to "get some A$AP niggas out here."

The disturbance: Raider Klan crew and their fans talking shit and shouting insults.

Later when Rocky and the Mob were leaving the Fillmore, SGP, his Klan -- which apparently totaled 30 people in all -- rolled up to the A$AP tour bus.

There was a standoff, followed by a "scene in front of POLICE," according to a now-deleted tweet by Schoolboy Q.

@ScHoolBoyQ's Deleted Tweet

Last night was so corny. What type a n***a shoot in da air? Better yet who makes a scene in front of POLICE???? Kno damn well they gon break it up!!! CatcH a real fade smH

And the end result: SpaceGhostPurrp getting arrested.

Follow Crossfade on Facebook and Twitter @Crossfade_SFL.

KEEP MIAMI NEW TIMES FREE... Since we started Miami New Times, it has been defined as the free, independent voice of Miami, and we'd like to keep it that way. With local media under siege, it's more important than ever for us to rally support behind funding our local journalism. You can help by participating in our "I Support" program, allowing us to keep offering readers access to our incisive coverage of local news, food and culture with no paywalls.
S. Pajot