It has been a summer time of shock albums and shock group drama, although it’s seemingly nobody ever predicted Migos can be the supply of battle. Quickly after Quavo and Takeoff announced their new duo Unc & Phew again in Might, Offset surprisingly unfollowed their social media accounts. Unc & Phew went on to launch two singles in “Lodge Foyer” and “Us Vs. Them” that includes Gucci Mane all whereas Offset teased his personal music, in the end releasing “54321” final week. Now, as ‘Set is immersed in a public verbal joust with High quality Management CEO Pierre “P” Thomas over his contract, it appears sure that Migos has reached its finish.
TMZ reported Wednesday (August 24) that Offset filed a lawsuit against QC after allegedly renegotiating his solo contract and securing his artist rights just for his label to not honor the deal. Quickly after, P posted a now-deleted Tweet saying “The final lawsuit was filed publicly and dismissed quietly. Let’s see how this one go. Been to actual for all this lame sh*t. Everybody know the actual downside.”
Offset quoted him and fired again with “N****s act like im the issue I paid hundreds of thousands to get my rights again N**** you black balled me I ain’t stated sh*t one time homie I ain’t spoke to you in 2 years now I drop and also you need ya title on my credit score?”
TMZ later up to date their publish with a report from a High quality Management rep stating Offset remains to be a part of QC and the accusations within the lawsuit are “false” and “completely indifferent from actuality.”
No member of Migos addressed their standing as a bunch till Quavo was interviewed by GQ, saying the group has operated as a bunch for a very long time and every “member has to determine themselves.” It seems that is going on now, or once more moderately after their solo album barrage in 2018 and 2019. Nevertheless, issues seem removed from peaceable.
Try the backwards and forwards between Offset and P above.