Offset and Quality Control are becoming increasingly tense. The rapper sued Quality Control for violating his solo artist rights, claiming that despite spending a sizeable sum of money to guarantee his artist rights through the end of 2021, the company tried to swiftly attach their name to any new music he planned to release.
P responded to the case on Twitter with a message. When Migos sued Quality Control, a similar situation occurred, which ended in late 2020 and resulted in the publication of Culture III, according to the head of Quality Control. P asserted that the litigation’s outcome will probably be the same as it was for the prior lawsuit.
“The last lawsuit was filed publicly and dismissed quietly,” he wrote, before speculating that perhaps Offset’s actions were what prompted Quavo and Takeoff to start releasing songs together. “Let’s see how this one go. Been to real for all this lame shit. Everyone know the real problem,” he continued, before hinting at the release of new albums from Lakeyah, Lil Baby, Quavo & Takeoff, City Girls, Layton Greene, Baby Money, and a Gangsta Grillz project with Icewear Vezzo.
In response, Offset claimed that P had blacklisted him in the music industry despite the fact that he had never before brought up any complaints. “N***as act like Im the problem I paid millions to get my rights back. N***a you blackballed me I ain’t said shit one time homie I ain’t spoke to you in 2 years now I drop and you want ya name on my credit?” tweeted Offset.