Quavo & Offset Had A Physical Fight Backstage At 2023 Grammys
Family doesn’t always get along, but to physically fight backstage at the world’s biggest music award show is another level. On Sunday (Feb. 5) at the 2023 Grammy Awards, it’s said Offset and Quavo of the Migos threw fists at each other over a quarrel regarding TakeOff‘s tribute performance. The hip hop group members scuffled backstage after Quavo told Offset he could not join him on stage during his performance of “Without You” (scheduled to take place during the “In Memorium” portion of the ceremony), according to TMZ. The sources conveyed that is wasn’t Offset who initiated the brawl—it was in fact Quavo.
The Recording Academy requested Offset share the stage with Quavo at the 2023 Grammys during the “Without You” performance, however, the “Lamb Talk” spitter shot the notion down and the pair figured a fist fight would resolve the issue. Instead, the Maverick City Music choir accompanied Quavo on stage during his musical tribute to the late TakeOff. Quavo walked to the front of the stage at the end of his performance and in front of the microphone held up the chain TakeOff was wearing on the night he was shot and killed.
Recently on Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast, J. Prince (who was at the bowling alley the night TakeOff was murdered) spoke on Offset and TakeOff‘s relationship. “Offset, I ain’t gonna leave him out. I’m just real like this. Nggas be throwing rocks and hiding their hands, right … And I don’t like them kind of individuals. And the truth of the matter is, one can dance and different things in front of all these cameras and all that other sht. “When in reality, the truth of the matter is, you wasn’t really there with TakeOff when he was alive,” said Prince.
After Offset caught wind of J. Prince’s comments, he posted a video replying: “First off, y’all nggas speaking on my real brother. I don’t know what the fck y’all nggas got going on. Y’all nggas speaking on my real brother. How dare one of y’all nggas speak on me and Take’s relationship. I don’t know you ngga from a can of paint, ngga. Y’all don’t know how me and my brother rock, ngga. You trying to clear your fate, ngga. This your 5th interview, ngga, you don did about my ngga. You didn’t think about his momma, you didn’t think about the family, ngga? We ain’t say nothing. Ain’t nobody say nothing bout you nggas. Who y’all nggas think you is John Gotti, n*gga? Ain’t nobody going for none of that!”
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