Offset and his fellow Migos rapper, Quavo, got into a "physical fight" before Quavo's tribute to Takeoff, according to TMZ. "What tf look like fight my brother," wrote Offset, dismissing anything he and Quavo would do immediately.
The alleged altercation might have been over Offset's exclusion from the Grammy tribute, according to TMZ. 'Quavo refused to allow Offset to join him on stage,' according to the publication, leading to the melee. HollywoodLife reached out to Quavo and Offset's camps for comment.
Months before Takeoff's tragic killing, fans noticed that Offset and Cardi B had stopped following the other members of the group on Instagram. On the same day, Quavo and Takeoff announced that they were planning to create an unc and Phew project called Uncle and Nephew (Offset is Quavo's cousin).)
During an episode of the Big Facts podcast, Quavo appeared to write off Offset a month before the show's launch. "We just wanted to see our careers as a duo because, you know, we just came from a loyal family," said Quavo.
"We gon' stand on loyalty. We stand on the real deal, real deal loyalty," Quavo concluded. "This has nothing to do with no label, no paperwork, no [Quality Control Music], nothing. This has to do with the three brothers. And s***, it is what it is." Right now, we gon' be the duo until time tell.
"God knows. We pray a lot, you know?" said Takeoff. "You put it back together or how you do it, we pray. So only time will tell. We always family now, that's not gonna change."