According to TMZ, American rappers Quavo and Offset got into a brawl backstage at the Grammys. The Grammys, which took place in Los Angeles, began on Sunday, 5th February and spilled into the early hours of Monday, as stars aligned for the annual ceremony.
Quavo and Offset, the 2/3 of the now-defunct rap group Migos were in attendance and showed the pair still got serious bad blood following the death of Takeoff, the third member of the group. Takeoff was shot dead last year. However, before then, the Migos house was messed up, with confirmation of an official split imminent. It appeared things were still good with Quavo and Takeoff though as they both continued releasing records together. Offset appeared to have them.
According to TMZ sources, just before Quavo took the stage to perform his song “Without You” as a tribute to Takeoff during the “In Memoriam” segment of the show, he and Offset got into a physical fight and had to be pulled apart.
Sources also reveal that it was Quavo that initiated the melee. The Grammys wanted Offset to join Quavo on stage during his performance but the former refused and that set things off. “Without You” was an emotional song Quavo wrote for his late friend Takeoff.
After the incident, it’s clear that Quavo and Offset are yet to bury the hatchet.
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