Migos’ Offset and Quavo have come forward to add some clarity into their now-defunct feud with Chicago rap star Chief Keef.
According to the group members, they met up with Keef and ended their beef.
Offset: That was fake Internet beef.
Quavo: It was a social media beef. We were in L.A., and bosses made boss calls, and we made honcho calls, and we met like bosses. Now we are good. We’re just keeping it moving, and making our money. (Vulture)
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Chief Keef posted a photo alongside Migos onto Instagram in early December.
Rumors claimed a third party helped make the feud go away.
— ATLANTA OG KK (@ATLANTAOGKK) December 9, 2014
Details of what went down with a chain-snatching incident surfaced across the Internet last fall.
The “Handsome and Wealthy” rappers were at the premier DC shake joint for a performance. After their set, the group was reportedly approached by a group of men and a fight popped off. Naturally, people took to their Twitter accounts to describe what they saw, and many noted that Quavo got his shine took. (XXL Mag)
Reports also claimed Chief Keef addressed the incident in now-deleted social media posts.
All indications are that the brawl had something to do with the ongoing beef between the ATL trio and Chief Keef’s GBE. Following the fight at the club, Sosa took to Twitter and posted a picture of what appears to be one of the Migos’ signature Quality Control pieces with the caption, “What is this?” The photo has since been deleted. (XXL Mag)
According to reports, Keef’s crew and Migos had problems with one another throughout 2014.
The two rap crews have escalated their year-long beef recently, with the last altercation between GBE member Capo and Migos’ Fredo Santana resulting in death threats over social media. (BET)