Earlier this week, Harlem upstart A$AP Rocky made headlines with his appearance as President John F. Kennedy in the video to singer Lana Del Rey’s “National Anthem.” Now, not 24 hours later, the duo are back in the limelight for their collaboration “Ridin'” – and Rocky’s not happy about it.

According to Complex, the A$AP Mob alum blasted the production duo behind the cut The KickDrums on Twitter for the leak of his long-touted track with Del Rey. He said that the version that hit the Internet is unofficial and incomplete, and that his verse was a freestyled reference track, not a properly written verse.

The Brooklyn-based duo responded to the rising Harlem rapper, saying that they aren’t behind the leak of “Ridin'” either. The single, which has since been renamed “My Bitch,” first appeared for free download on DDotOmen.com.

“Ridin'” was initially slated to appear on The KickDrums’s mixtape Follow the Leaders, but was cut as per request of Rocky so that he could add it to his debut LongLiveA$AP.

DX will keep you updated as more info comes to light.

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