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Celebrities / Fandom PopWrapped | Celebrities

Update On Brown, Budden, And Migos' Quagmire

Mary Kiser | PopWrapped Author

Mary Kiser

Staff Writer
07/02/2017 8:51 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Update On Brown, Budden, And Migos' Quagmire  | Migos
Media Courtesy of Associated Press

Drop the mic.

When Migos sat down with Complex, they got involved in an altercation between the show's host Joe Budden, a rapper himself. As Budden's coworker DJ Akademiks interviewed members Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff, Budden rushed him. "Wrap it up," Budden said, then dropped his microphone, scoffed, and left the interview. The rap group jumped from their own chairs, and confronted one of hip-hop's legends. Even though nobody engaged in a fistfight, the moments on camera captured an intense standoff between the four men. Security got involved soon after the Migos and Budden's two-second scuffle.

Migos vs Budden

Migos Responds

However, security just provided a brief buffer. The rappers still have beef, and, when TMZ cultivated a minute-long chat with Offset, he let people know. "A lot of paper, a lot of haters," he tells the tabloid's paparazzo. Not only does he and his family have a problem with Budden, but popular artist Chris Brown may be an enemy, as well.

His cousin, née Quavious Marshall, is dating Brown's ex Karrueche Tran, an actress and model who filed a restraining order against the "Look at Me Now" rapper.

Retaliation? 

Even though Brown's known for his flaring temper and black-and-blue punches, Offset and his team are prepared for anything. They're not scared, nor are they intimidated. "According to Offset, he's not sweating the fight they got into with Chris after the BET Awards," a TMZ article states. While there's blurry footage of Migos and Brown crossing paths, video feed does little to show their purported fight. Only the scurrying, screaming, and scattered crowd is visible, which only heightens people's interest (well, everybody except Budden). Instead of fighting in the street, they (including Budden) should get in their respective booths.

The rap-battle bells are ringing in the not-so-distant distance. 


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