It appears that the members of rap group Migos, Quavo and Offset, had a disagreement backstage at the Grammys before the group’s tribute to Takeoff. According to reports, the two got into a physical altercation that resulted in them separating.
The incident reportedly occurred shortly before the group was due to perform a tribute to Takeoff, their third member, who was not present at the awards show. Sources close to the group told TMZ that Quavo and Offset had a heated argument that turned physical and that they were ultimately separated by security.
The cause of the altercation is unclear, but it appears to be related to creative differences between the two. Sources close to the group say that Quavo and Offset have been disagreeing about the direction of the group’s music for some time now.
The altercation did not seem to affect the group’s performance, as they put on a stellar tribute to Takeoff. However, it is unclear what the repercussions of the incident will be for the group.
It is clear that the members of Migos are passionate about their music, but it is important that they learn to work together in order to continue to make great music. Hopefully, this incident will be a learning experience for the group and they can move forward without any further issues.
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