(AllHipHop News) At one time conflicts among emcees played out in songs. In today's world, a "rap beef" is more likely to take place on social media than on diss records. New York City's A$AP Ferg recently told Hot 97 the online spats have allowed people to avoid lyrical competition.
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"I think the internet makes people more p*ssy," said Ferg. "I think nobody wants to compete against each other. I think nobody wants to have interactions anymore."
The A$AP Mob member was also asked about his friend Meek Mill's much talked about feud with Drake. While most observers believed the battle was one-sided toward Drizzy, Ferg still valued the two stars going head-to-head for the culture.
"I felt like it was good for Hip Hop. Where I come from battling, - that's what we did," Ferg stated. "It was fun just being competitive. I thought [Meek vs Drake] was good for Hip Hop."
Watch A$AP Ferg's interview below.