In an October 2011 interview with Complex A$AP talked about not being homophobic, but not feeling Lil B’s style of dress and his “I’m Gay” album title.
“Don’t get it twisted: I don’t f*ck with Lil B or that ‘I’m Gay’ sh*t. But as a kid, as a person, I probably would f*ck with him. I’m not getting on the record about him anymore. I like the, ‘Woop! Woop!’ but I can’t,” A$AP said “He wears my grandmother’s earrings. [Laughs.] I’m just being serious. It’s not going down. I mean, I can’t talk but this n*gga be wilding. The *igga said, ‘I’m Gay’ and [in parenthesis put], I’m happy. Come on, Brandon. What are you doing? That’s all I can say.”
In a new interview with XXL Lil B talked about the fact that he and A$AP work with the same producer, Clams. He also said he is the voice of the new generation of hip hop.
“I just talked to Clams a couple days ago,” B said. “Clams about to do my new single. He about to drop one of my singles off my new mixtape. It ain’t no problems because I go the hardest; I’m the rawest; I’m eating anybody. I don’t even want no problems. It’s like everybody gotta stay in their lane and don’t come in my lane and don’t come anywhere near my plate because we eating big in Based World. We doing it big, and they know Lil B is the rawest rapper ever and will demolish anything in his path, baby. [Rocky] doesn’t realize I’m like the young Lil Wayne of the generation for us, minus the money,” he added. “I been in the game so long, I got the most songs in the rap game, I got the most videos, I got the most views, I’m the most talked about rapper in the world. And this has been going on for years.”