Terell Ephron, aka A$AP Relli, is planning to sue the rapper over “irreparable harm to his career in the entertainment industry” after Los Angeles shooting.
Former A$AP Mob member Terell Ephron, aka A$AP Relli, has come forward as the man A$AP Rocky allegedly shot last November, as Rolling Stone has learned that he plans to file a civil suit against his high school best friend.
But ahead of the hearing, Ephron has come forward to publicly accuse Mayers of luring him to an obscure location in central Hollywood “to discuss a disagreement between the two of them,” according to a statement provided to Rolling Stone by Ephron’s attorneys Jamal Tooson and Brian Hurwitz announcing the lawsuit.
Ephron, A$AP Rocky was not just planning for a conversation and came armed with a semi-automatic handgun,” the statement alleges.
While Ephron did not rap for the group, he had been involved since its early days, with Mayers crediting Relli for bringing him into A$AP Mob, formed by the late A$AP Yams, as well as A$AP Bari, A$AP Illz and A$AP Kham around 2006
Although the collective had hands in fashion, skateboarding and biking, and other business ventures, they primarily became known for music off the success of Mayers and later A$AP Ferg