According to TMZ reports, Quavo and Offset allegedly got into a fight backstage at the Grammys just before Quavo took the stage to pay tribute top Takeoff
Grammy producers reportedly asked Offset to be part of the tribute, but Quavo stopped him from performing. Sources added that Offset was not the one to start the fight on Sunday. However, sources close to the production indicated that the two rappers should be separated.
Quavo ended up taking the stage alone to perform his song, “Without You” during the show’s In Memoriam segment. The song arrived last month and is about the late rapper who was fatally shot Nov. 1 at the age of 28 in Houston.
Prior to Takeoff’s death in November 2022, the rapper released a joint album with Quavo. For a time there were rumors that Migos had broken up, although at the time it was unclear if the band had simply gone on hiatus.
In an interview promoting the record, Quavo suggested that they no longer wanted to make music for Migos at the time. Takeoff, however, gave a more tentative response and said, “Only time will tell, we’re still family now, that’s not going to change.”
Offset has been focusing on his solo career lately, and he recently responded to J. Prince when he threw shade at things he’d heard about his relationship with his late bandmate. “How dare any of you bitches even talk about my relationship with Taka?” Offset said. “I don’t know if you paint bitches, nigga. Y’all dogs don’t know how my bro and I got shook up.”
It’s obvious that the death of Takeoff is really taking a turn on the two. We pray that they get consoled in whole about the demise of their loved ones.