As is always the case with Undercover, Offset covers a vast bit of ground during this nine-minute episode. Perhaps most notable, however, is his casual revelation that he and the rest of the band weren't exactly fond of a certain Saturday Night Live skit.
In response to a fan wondering what Migos actually thought of the May 2018 skit "Friendos," Offset said they all three felt it mischaracterized their dynamic. "I'mma be honest," he said around three minutes into the video up top. "We didn't like that skit 'cos it was, like, the total opposite of the Migos. We rock with each other. We ain't arguing. And then I felt like it was interpreted like we was some dodo birds."
What makes Offset's revelation even more intriguing is that none other than Donald Glover starred in the skit. Remember, it was Glover who helped catapult Migos into the mainstream when he thanked them for making "Bad & Booujee" during his 2017 Golden Globes acceptance speech. It's also worth noting that Quavo made his acting debut in the first season of Atlanta.
Offset also discussed keeping $10,000 in cash on him "just to get through the day," as well as the Migos-inspired assortment of Rap Snacks flavors. "Actually, I got these framed," he said of the snacks tribute. "I ain't gonna eat mine. It just, like, means something to me. I'm on the cover of some chips, man."
Father of 4 follows Takeoff's The Last Rocket and Quavo's Quavo Huncho, both of which arrived back-to-back in late 2018. Cardi B, J. Cole, 21 Savage, Travis Scott, and Gucci Mane are among the album's features. At some point later this year, we can likely expect the third entry in Migos' Culture franchise.