Migos to take separate paths?
Offset appears to be progressively implying that the reports are true as he continues to tease his solo project, despite the fact that many fans have been speculating about the breakup of Migos for months.
Uproxx reports that keen-eyed followers of the rapper have discovered that Takeoff and Quavo are no longer following him on Instagram. The two released their joint tune “Hotel Lobby” while Offset continued to publish information about his impending album, adding fuel to the flames. The rapper used his official Twitter account to quote-retweet queries from fans concerning his new project.
When a fan inquired about the number of tracks on his record, he replied that there will be 13 songs. When asked what the record’s overall feel was by another fan, he responded, “joy excitement realness.”
The status of the Migos’ dissolution has not yet been publicly confirmed as of the time of writing. Another incident that led people to wonder about Offset’s place in the group was when a sneak peek of a forthcoming edition of the podcast “Rap Radar” circulated online. Only Quavo and Takeoff were visible in the interview on the video.
The third member’s fate was something that supporters couldn’t wait to learn about. On August 18, the complete episode will be made available. Offset’s Twitter header and profile photo still show the other two members, so there is still hope for the group’s supporters.
Are the Migos fighting one another?
When Migos abruptly decided not to perform at this year’s Governors Ball Music Festival in June, many people were heartbroken. The news was confirmed online by event representatives, who stated that the Migos will not perform due to “circumstances out of control.” Finally, Lil Wayne took their position and performed his own set.
Many online users conjectured following the cancellation that the three were still at odds because Takeoff and Quavo had just dropped a joint album. Although many fans were interested in learning about their current situation, a label representative for the trio reassured them that there are no personal problems and that Quavo’s filming commitments were the reason they had to postpone their performance.
The representative further clarified that there is no disbandment of Migos taking place.
If they do decide to continue as a couple, it won’t be the first time they have performed without Offset because, according to reports, the group played in 2013 when the rapper was doing time in jail for breaking the terms of his probation.
From 2018 to 2019, each of them also launched their own solo albums.