Offset Discusses Relationship With Quavo Amid Beef Speculation: ‘We Real Brothers’

During an appearance on ‘Million Dollaz Worth of Game,’ the former Migos rapper shut down rumors that he and Quavo have beef.

Two men in leather jackets with metallic adornments and sunglasses, wearing layered necklaces
Two men in leather jackets with metallic adornments and sunglasses, wearing layered necklaces

More than a year since the tragic passing of Takeoff, Offset is shutting down any rumors that he and Quavo aren’t on good terms.

The former Migos rapper addressed his relationship with Quavo during an appearance on the latest episode of Gillie Da Kid and Wallo’s Million Dollaz Worth of Game. 

“I don’t feel like I owe it to people to show how much me and bro love each other,” Offset shared at the 25-minute mark. “We went through something. We don’t have to show you n***as smiles and faces, so stop doing that. We aint on no sucker shit with each other. We both came in this shit together and we both knew that, we understood that, and we lost our brother.”

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Offset added that despite the trauma he and Quavo have experienced, the pair remain “real brothers.”

“I still go through shit, I know bro go through shit,” he said. “N***as love each other though, at the end of the day. We men, we real brothers, and we cool with it, so be cool with it. Don’t ever try and turn us against each other. I hate that shit. At the end of the day, it ain’t your business.”

It isn’t the first time Offset has defended his bond with Quavo in light of Takeoff’s death. 

Back in October, the Set It Off rapper spoke about Quavo in an interview with the Breakfast Club, where he didn’t rule out the possibility of a future collaboration with his former groupmate.

“That's my brother at the end of the day,” Offset said. “We're good, though, bro. We were just with each other in Paris. We be talking because we be going through emotions and shit with this shit.”

While his "real brothers" comment isn't meant to be taken literally, it's worth noting that last year Offset revealed he wasn't actually biologically related to Quavo or Takeoff.

Last year, Quavo and Offset allegedly had a backstage altercation at the Grammys shortly before Quavo went onstage to honor Takeoff, per TMZ. Offset appeared to address the report on social media after hearing about it. Insiders involved in the production stated that the two rappers had to be separated.

Watch Offset’s full interview on Million Dollaz Worth of Game below.

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