Offset has refuted reports that he and Quavo sparred briefly just before TakeOff’s tribute performance at the 65th Grammy Awards.
The former member of the Migos came to Twitter on Monday (February 6) to refute the allegations and put an end to all the purported turmoil surrounding the homage that was held at the Crypto.com stadium on Sunday night (February 5).
“What tf look like fighting my brother yal n-ggas is crazy,” Offset tweeted.
The post appeared shortly after TMZ said that TakeOff’s tribute performance at the 2023 Grammy Awards was the source of an argument between Quavo and Offset that led to a violent confrontation.
The Migos bandmates reportedly got into a fight backstage after Quavo insisted that Offset sing “Without You” on stage with him during the ceremony’s “In Memorium” portion.
Offset was apparently approached by the Recording Academy to perform with Quavo on stage, but Huncho rejected the idea. As a result, there was a reported backstage brawl that Quavo allegedly provoked.
The Maverick City Music choir joined the ex-Migos vocalist as he gave a heartbreaking performance of “Without You,” which he released in January, approximately two months after TakeOff’s passing. On November 1, TakeOff was fatally murdered at a bowling alley in Houston, Texas.
On the first edition of Jason Lee’s new podcast with the same name, Cardi B recently discussed how Offset learned of Take’s demise. The couple received the terrifying call when they were in bed, according to Cardi.
“We were in bed. We were supposed to go to LaLa [Anthony] ‘s party in New York, and my daughter threw up all over my costume,” she said during the almost 90-minute episode. “Halloween was over ’cause it was just so much throw-up on the costume, and I ain’t have nothing to wear.”
She added: “So we just fell asleep, and out of nowhere, Offset’s phone kept ringing, my phone kept ringing. Offset picked up the phone and he was just like, ‘No!’ He’s screaming and screaming. He’s screaming like, ‘No! No! No! No!’”