Over the weekend, a mural on the side of A$AP Bari’s VLONE Art Basel Miami pop-up was desecrated with graffiti by a perpetrator(s) whose identity still remains unclear. The tag in question simply read “Revenge” in bright red spray paint, with Ian Connor (aka @ianconnorsrevenge on Instagram) initially singled out as a prime suspect.

Connor, however, has taken to Instagram to deny the claims; claiming he still has “Forever Love” for Bari.

Connor and Bari have been at odds for the past year and even came to blows at a VLONE event in Paris last the spring.

Short clip of #IanConnor getting swung at by #ASAPBari outside a store in Paris ? #WSHH

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And more recently, the former Kanye West protege was critical of VLONE on Twitter; claiming the garms were printed on Gildan shirts.

Claims Bari refuted.

The Australian artist, Pauly Bonomelli, who created the mural has now returned it to its original state, with a stark warning for whoever debased it in the first place.

Fixed it up a bit

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I'm from Australia and I don't play internet games

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Let’s hope the two can patch up their differences before this beef gets any messier.

If you missed it first time around, be sure to check out our Q&A with A$AP Rocky and Bari, where they discuss all things VLONE.