The combination of Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug produced Rich Gang: Tha Tour Pt. 1, which has been touted as one of the decade's finest projects. Sadly, the duo split before there was a part 2. Although there have been a lot of rumors surrounding their estrangement, Rich Homie claims he'd consider collaborating with Thugger again.
During an interview with Atlanta's Hot 107.9, Rich Homie says he's not against working with Young Thug.
"I would say anything is possible. It's open," Rich Homie said at the beginning of the clip. "I wouldn't be against it, man. As long as it made sense."
When Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug first parted ways, the two exchanged light jabs with each other. Despite this, Quan feels like their dispute isn't as big as the public makes it out to be.
"It's always been what the people has made it to be," Rich Homie said. "To this day, bruh and I ain't still had no conversation about that. Even if the conversation happens, I don't know which turn it would take. But I'm all ears for the conversation."
"I ain't gon' lie, the people will create something that it's not or make it bigger than what it is," he continued. "By that time, you done made so much, I done made so much, egos up so high, we ain't even on that no more. But, like I told y'all, I'm all ears for the conversation."
The split might be more serious than what Rich Homie is letting on. Young Thug hinted that their relationship is beyond repair because Rich Homie did some "bullshit."
“It’s nothing about music. It’s 100 percent personal," he told Real 92.3’s Big Boy during his So Much Fun press run. "This was my brother. Now it’s like you can probably never get the blessing of having me on a song and I can never get the blessing of having you on a song again."
In August, music director and YSL associate Be El Be honored the release of Thug's So Much Fun by answering fan questions about the artist. This led one Reddit user to wonder if Rich Homie and Thug will reconnect.
"Maybe when they 50," Be El Be responded before lightly touching on their beef. "Deeper than rap kid. Trust me. If you knew the truth you wouldn’t even want them to work together. Just leave it at that."