A$AP Addie and A$AP Twelvyy blasted Troy Ave yesterday (March 1) after the Major Without a Deal rapper dissed Joey Bada$$ and Capital Steez in his recent “Bad Ass” song. The A$AP Mob, Troy Ave and Joey Bada$$’ Pro Era are all from New York.

In the song, Troy Ave suggested that Joey Bada$$ kill himself, mocking Capital Steez’s suicide, which the members of the A$AP Mob say they do not appreciate.

“Troy Average just need to die already,” A$AP Addie says in a series of posts on Twitter. “Straight up sum ppl really just need to die forreal forreal. The world be a better place. Ain’t nobody goin show love @ ur funeral anyways.”

A$AP Twelvyy joined in on the criticism of Troy Ave, mocking his “Doo Doo” song and asserting his loyalty to Pro Era.

“Rap niggas doo doo radio nighas doo doo suck my dick if u got a problem with the ERA,” he says. “PRO ERA FLATBUSH ZOMBIES A$AP SHOUT OUT TO THE WEIRDOS WIT REAL FANS Don’t mention none of my niggas on blood Nighas can’t tour or do sht once they leave New York City Can’t wait for a nigga in NYC to come for my head I’m a kiss these bitches on they cheek Always down for a one on one.”

He then gave a tribute to Capital Steez.

“REST UP CAPITAL STEEZ,” Twelvyy writes.

Today, (March 2), A$AP Addie returned to Twitter to pay homage to A$AP Yams, the founding father of the Mob who died of an overdose in January of 2015. He also gives a tribute to Detroit rapper Dex Osama, who was murdered in September.

“I wanna trade some ppl in 2 die so we can bring yams back,” Addie writes. “RIP DEX OSAMA. WISH HE WAS STILL ALIVE.”

View A$AP Mob’s tweets blasting Troy Ave after he dissed Joey Bada$$ and Capital Steez below: