On Sunday, rap fans tuning in to the BET Awards were given a heartwarming surprise as feuding Migos members Quavo and Offset put aside their differences — at least for one night — to honor fallen bandmate Takeoff. . Performing the group’s No. 1 single “Bad N Boujee,” the two Atlanta rappers looked like they hadn’t passed a day since they last shared a stage, though in reality, it had been more than a day. a year.
However, don’t expect the good vibes to continue. According to TMZ, although the duo privately reconciled months ago, they currently have no plans to continue recording music together. As TMZ notes, neither party has expressed any intention of continuing to perform or record under the band name Migos in the future – a fact that was hinted nearly a year ago during the rollout of the album of the separate duo of Quavo and Takeoff. Built for Infinity Links only. After all, “Migos” explicitly refers to a trio, as they’ve insisted in the past, and TMZ’s sources say they’ll never try to replace Takeoff.
The trio had been more or less gone for a while, however, as Offset prepared a solo album (still in the works) and Quavo and Takeoff did their own thing. From some of the comments the band made throughout the year, it seemed like a rift had formed that the band was fully ready to reconcile. As recently as February, it was reported that Quavo and Offset had a falling out at the Grammy Awards when Offset was blocked from joining Quavo’s tribute to Takeoff. While they denied the rumors, a video of Cardi B yelling at someone backstage seemed to hint that there was at least some truth to them.
Hopefully the bad blood is in the rearview mirror, and while we may not be getting any new tracks from Migos in the immediate future, it’s probably more important that the two rappers mend their broken brotherhood bonds. After all, as Jay-Z said: Nobody wins when family feuds.