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Offset Says 'There's No Beef' Between Migos & Chris Brown

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Offset of the hip hop trio Migos performs onstage during the "Nobody Safe" tour at The Forum on June 14, 2017 in Inglewood, Calif.

After engaging in a heated confrontation with Chris Brown at a BET Awards afterparty on Sunday night, Migos' Offset refuted claims of a possible beef between both parties in a new interview with TMZ.

First, Offset dispelled rumors by saying “there’s no beef” with Brown and that their skirmish was simply over “whole lotta paper, whole lotta haters." Despite the Atlanta MC being cagey throughout the interview, he said he's more than happy with his recent success.

“I don’t know what’s going on with that. I’m just saying a whole lot of haters,” he said. “Ain’t no beef. … We don’t want no smoke. … We at the top, man. I don’t know what’s going on with nobody. I just know we winning.”

Things escalated between both parties when a member of Brown's crew allegedly shoved Quavo after the premiere of Future's "Pie" video in Los Angeles. In response, a member of Migos' entourage attempted to intervene but was later punched. In the midst of all this mayhem, Brown walked toward his car, where he was later surrounded by friends of the Atlanta rap group. Ultimately, Brown left untouched. Local police arrived at the scene but only after everyone had left.

Prior to their confrontation with Chris Brown, Migos was embroiled in another spat with Everyday Struggle host Joe Budden. During their interview, Budden dropped his mic on the leg of Offset, causing the group to question the rapper's motives. Vexed by his actions, Migos got up and attempted to pursue Budden but were later stopped by security.

Watch Offset's interview below:

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