Offset is calling cap on a TMZ report about him and Quavo getting into a physical altercation backstage at the 2023 Grammys. Early Monday, the outlet claimed the pair had to be “pulled apart” after a tussle over the Takeoff tribute at the show.
Though he didn’t name-drop the outlet, Offset seemingly responded after the report zapped through social channels–earning a trending slot on Twitter.
“What tf look like fighting my brother y’all n****s is crazy,” Offset tweeted.
The outlet began its report by saying, “there’s clearly still serious bad blood” between the longtime friends and musicians. Citing “sources,” the report claimed the “physical fight” took place before Quavo took the stage to perform his tribute to his deceased nephew and fellow Migos member. They did not share any photos, videos, or media corroborating the story.
Furthermore, TMZ alleged that the altercation originated from Quavo blocking Set from being a part of Takeoff’s tribute, despite getting the request from show organizers.
The report said:
“We’re told The Grammys had asked Offset to be a part of the tribute, but Quavo refused to let him take part. We’re told Quavo blocked Offet from joining him on stage…leading to the melee.”
They added that their “Offset sources” blamed Quavo for starting the fight. At the time of publishing, Offset’s tweet had over 460,000 impressions and more than 11,000 likes, and TMZ had no new updates to their article.
Offset Also Claps Back At J. Prince After Comments About His Relationship With Takeoff
This is the second time the Migos rapper has clapped back in less than 24 hours. Late Sunday, Offset addressed the warning message J. Prince delivered through an interview on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast.
“Don’t ever put me in a position where I have to defend myself… that wouldn’t be healthy for you” 😳 J Prince leaves a threatening message for Offset: pic.twitter.com/Pj6nSWZ5GC
— TMC TV & Movie Connoisseur (@MovieConnoisse) February 6, 2023
The Houston music scene mogul seemingly accused Offset of “throwing rocks and hiding” his hand. He also added that Offset “wasn’t really right there with Takeoff when he was alive.” That comment, in particular, seemed to trigger the video response from the Migos rapper.
“First off, y’all n****s speaking on my real brother,” Offset said. “How dare one of y’all n****s speak on me and Take relationship n***a. I don’t know you n****s from a can of paint n***a. Y’all don’t know how me and my brother rock.”
Meanwhile, Quavo has not reacted to J. Prince’s comments, Offset’s response to the Prince family, or TMZ‘s report on social media.