Some choice lines on Quavo's just-dropped debut solo album have been interpreted as being insensitive to the death of Lil Peep, who died in November 2017 of an accidental fentanyl overdose.

On the Quavo Huncho track "Big Bro," Quavo casts himself as a mentor, including this bit in the first verse:

Is you with me or against me?
I'm a OG now so you need me
Think you poppin' Xanax bars, but it's Fentanyl
(No-no bars, it's Fentanyl)
Think you're living life like rockstars but you're dead now

Shortly after the album's Thursday night drop, Peep fans, friends, and collaborators alike took issue with the lyrics. "Fuck Quavo," said producer Smokeasac, who worked extensively with Peep on the excellent Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 1. "It's all love until you speak on my family especially my best friend who recently passed."

Peep's "Nightslayer" collaborator Bexey, Fat Nick, and fans also expressed their issues with the lyrics.

At the time of this writing, Quavo had not addressed these comments.

"Sunlight on Your Skin," a Peep and Makonnen collab stemming from their extended recording sessions in London, was posthumously released last month. More new Peep music is expected soon, including the sequel to the Rob Cavallo-assisted Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 1.