Tyler The Creator is trying to quell fan expectations for a collaborative undertaking with A$AP Rocky. Tyler tried to place a cease to the hypothesis on Tuesday (January 22), reacting to latest feedback made by Rocky in an interview with Angie Martinez.

“i want rocky would shut the fuck up and cease all the time saying what he’s engaged on 40 years earlier than its even a fleshed out thought,” he wrote on Twitter. “with that stated, once more, dont get your hopes up and be ‘disenchanted’ as a result of one thing that doesnt actually exist didnt come out. that shit dont exist yall =).”

Last week, Rocky appeared on Martinez’s radio present to advertise Yams Day 2019 and was requested about what’s subsequent in his profession. The A$AP Mob member stated he was creating a brand new undertaking and talked about he was working with Tyler.

Although the Odd Future co-founder was pissed off by his pal’s unfastened lips, the 2 clearly have a decent bond. In the dialog with Martinez, Rocky effusively sang Tyler’s praises and inspired the veteran radio host to interview the Grammy-nominated rapper/producer.

Rocky’s radio look wasn’t the primary time he’s aggravated Tyler by teasing a collaborative undertaking. Last yr, a video for his or her “Potato Salad” freestyle featured a message saying “WANG$AP Coming Soon.” Tyler didn’t approve of this teaser and let followers know social media.

“ima kill rocky for that idk whats coming quickly or not dont get yo hopes up nigga simply be excited however take pleasure in it ( knock knock by monica i used to be tryna rap on that for 10 years ha),” he wrote.

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