The remaining members of Atlanta’s rap group, Migos, comprising of Offset and Quavo reportedly got into a fight backstage at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night and Cardi B had to mediate.
The two cousins allegedly got into a brawl just before Quavo took the Grammys stage to perform ‘Without You’, a tribute song which he wrote for his late nephew and Migos member, Takeoff.
However, Offset was reportedly asked by the Recording Academy to perform the tribute together with Quavo as the Migos, but Quavo was not having it. This is allegedly what led to the altercation. Offset later denied the report via a tweet claiming that he would never fight his brother Quavo.
“What tf look like fighting my brother yal n***as is crazy,” read the tweet.
Hours later a video surfaced from Entertainment Tonight (ET) where Cardi was heard yelling at the Migos members asking them to stop fighting and letting them know that they are both wrong.
“Both of y’all is wrong, both of y’all,” she said. “This is not right! No b****, shut the f*** up cause you shouldn’t have been talking,” she added.
When asked what exactly she was yelling about and settling, Cardi quickly stated that the only thing she was settling was her dress, while she ran her hands over her dress.
It is unclear why Quavo blocked Offset from paying a tribute to their family member Takeoff but Quavo took the stage and had a mounted microphone with Takeoff’s famous galaxy chain, which he held up at the end of his emotional performance.