88rising has just released a new interview with A$AP Bari, Playboi Carti and Ian Connor which was shot sometime in the first quarter of 2016 - way before Ian Connor got into a physical altercation with A$AP Bari and Theophilus London last June.

One of the key points of the interview was a discussion about brotherhood, in which Bari says: “It’s nothing without a family if the family don’t eat together. We all sit at the table. We fight, we throw food at each other, we cut for each other. It’s like that. It’s a brotherhood.”

Times have changed since the video's recording, and it's surreal to see Ian Connor and A$AP Bari just kicking it during better days.

For now, we can only hope that the two will cool it and make up, but until then let us know your thoughts on the newly surfaced video in the comments down below.

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