Offset Shuts Down Report He & Quavo Fought Backstage Over Grammys Takeoff Tribute
Migos’ Offset’ has refused to let rumors destroy his family and won’t stand for it.
He responded on Twitter following a report from TMZ on Monday, February 6, concerning an alleged conflict between Him and Quavo during the 65th Grammy Awards tribute to Takeoff.
“What tf look like fighting my brother yal n—as is crazy,” he tweeted in an apparent attempt to disprove the rumored argument without naming anyone.
Quavo allegedly prevented Offset from joining him onstage for “Without You,” the former’s farewell song to Takeoff, who was shot dead in November at the age of 28, according to TMZ. This allegedly led to the Migos bandmates fighting backstage. But Offset has denied such ever happened.
Quavo and Takeoff’s album “Only Built For Infinity Links,” which they released in the fall of last year, sparked reports that the Migos were breaking up. In an interview for DJ Scream’s Big Facts Podcast, Quavo discussed the future of Migos and said, “I feel like we want to see our career as a duo, you know what I’m sayin’? We came from a devoted family expected to keep together, so that’s why. But, sometimes, things just aren’t meant to work out. So, that’s what I believe.”
Takeoff was shot and died in Houston a month after Only Built For Infinity Links was released. Quavo and Offset posted poignant tributes to their bandmate and family member on social media after the death shocked them.
Along with the reported altercation, Offset responded to Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince during the latter’s podcast appearance with Million Dollaz Worth of Game. Before the 28-year-passing, old’s Prince had alleged that “Set” wasn’t present for Takeoff.
Offset responded to the comments on social media, saying, “Y’all n—as speaking on my real brother… I don’t know what the f–k ya’ll n—as got going on, y’all n—as talkin’ about my real brother,” he said in the minute-long clip. “How dare one of y’all n—as even speak on me and Take relationship. I don’t know you n—as from a can of paint. Ya’ll n—as don’t know how me and my brother rock.”