Rapper Offset has rejected reports that he and fellow Migos member Quavo were involved in a physical altercation backstage at the 2023 Grammy Awards. Offset took to Twitter to deny the rumors and referred to Quavo as his brother, saying "What tf look like fighting my brother yal niggas is crazy."
The reports stated that tensions rose after Quavo declined a request from the Grammy Awards for Offset to appear during Quavo's tribute performance for fellow Migos member Takeoff. The news outlet claimed that the two rappers got into a fight, which had to be broken up.
XXL has reached out to both Quavo and Offset's teams for comment on the situation, but no response has been received yet. The Migos have been in the headlines lately due to reports of tension within the group. Some breakup rumors had surfaced last May, and after Takeoff's death in November, Quavo and Takeoff continued as a duo while Offset went solo.
Fans have been hoping for a public reconciliation between the two after Takeoff's death, and Offset's reference to Quavo as his brother is seen as a positive sign that the relationship may not be lost. The reports of a physical altercation have been refuted by Offset, who denies that anything of the sort took place.
The 2023 Grammy Awards was held on February 5th and saw some of the biggest names in music attend and perform. The night was filled with musical performances and awards, but the incident between Offset and Quavo backstage has become a talking point.
It remains unclear what really happened between the two Migos members, but Offset's tweet denying the reports is a good sign that the situation is not as bad as it was reported to be.
What tf look like fighting my brother yal niggas is crazy— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) February 6, 2023