After tensions between Atlanta’s Migos and Chief Keef‘s Glory Boyz Entertainment crew reportedly boiled over at a Washington D.C. club show on Saturday (Nov. 15), Migos tells Billboard, in no uncertain terms, that the two hip-hop crews are still at odds.
“Fuck ’em,” Migos’ Offset says when asked what is currently going on between the trio and Keef’s crew. “Nothing’s going on. That’s it. Fuck ’em. Fuck ’em, fuck ’em, fuck ’em, like OG Maco said [on ‘FUCKEMX3′]. Fuck ’em.”
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According to AllHipHop, Migos’ Saturday night show at the D.C. club Stadium turned bloody when the Atlanta trio and members of GBE were involved in a brawl. Chief Keef later posted a picture holding what was reportedly Migos member Quavo’s gold chain, but then removed the post soon after.
Migos did not elaborate on the incident to Billboard, but on Monday night, Quavo posted an Instagram video while wearing his chain and claiming, “Chain’s on me, still danglin’, bitch.”
In happier news, Migos are still celebrating last week’s release of new mixtape Rich N—a Timeline, an 80-minute opus that follows this year’s No Label II tape.
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“It’s been historic. It’s been a wild week,” says the group’s Offset, who adds that Migos has worked on its current batch of material — with lots of leftover goodies to possibly be used for the group’s upcoming album — over the past three months. “We record like five songs a day, or 20 songs a week,” he says.
While fans are still sinking into Rich N—a Timeline, the Migos album will come at the top of 2015. “We’re thinking probably February, March,” says Quavo. “It ain’t gonna be as long as the wait for the mixtapes. We ain’t gonna make you wait on it that long.”