The alleged fight happened during the “In Memorium” segment of the Grammys. According to sources, Quavo and Offset were slated to perform together as a tribute to their fallen family member and former Migos partner.
The plan didn’t sit right with Quavo, causing him to block Offset from taking the stage with him. Sources close to Offset said Quavo started the fight.
Offset denied the backstage fight rumor via Twitter, writing, “What tf look like fighting my brother yal n***as is crazy.”
What tf look like fighting my brother yal niggas is crazy
— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) February 6, 2023
However, footage captured a heated moment backstage at the Grammys that caused Offset’s wife and fellow rapper Cardi B to interfere.
— Ҡƪꚡ𐌾 𐰖Ꭱⵁ 𓁈 (@BigDro_TAGMG) February 7, 2023
“Both of y’all wrong,” Cardi B was heard yelling. “No, b***h, shut the f**k up cuz you shouldn’t have been talking.”
Entertainment Tonight approached the “Bodak Yellow” rapper and asked about the situation she seemed to be settling.
“Settling? The only thing I settled was my outfit, honey,” Cardi B joked.
Quavo, wearing a black suit and a Phantom of the Opera mask, ultimately performed his new emotional song, “Without You,” with the gospel group Maverick City Music.
“I miss just how you smile at me, Unc and Phew until infinity,” Quavo sang. “I wish I had a time machine, so you can take a ride with me. Wrap my arm around and hold you tight, Phew, so you can never say goodbye to me.”
At the end of the performance, the “Messy” rapper held up TakeOff’s solar system chain.
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Takeoff died on Nov. 1 after being gunned down outside a downtown Houston bowling alley, 810 Billiards & Bowling.