Are the Migos OVER?
That’s what the Internet thinks after Quavo unfollowed Offset and Takeoff on Instagram. A Twitter user noticed Cardi B. and Offset no longer follow Quavo and Takeoff on IG.
Offset & Cardi B are no longer following Quavo & Takeoff on IG 😬 pic.twitter.com/wjXDXQJiaj
— Kurrco (@Kurrco) May 18, 2022
Take a look at more reactions from people online:
damn this really the end for the migos? why else would offset unfollow quavo and takeoff
— SK⚡️ (@raptalksk) May 18, 2022
The Migos has split up , omo 🥺
— SAKA GADGETS 📱🔌 (@Sakagadgets) May 18, 2022
Not even gonna lie I’m so happy Migos split up lmao now I can just listen to Offset in peace
— Nate Dagostino (@Nateskoo) May 18, 2022
Migos breaking up would be worse than the Beatles https://t.co/7uyMIWS15R
— Mr. Shagwell (@_chillfrom93til) May 18, 2022
rap is dying.
thug arrested, migos may have split, keed died, wtf is goin on this week man https://t.co/KcSP4uzPN2
— tex 𓋹 (in shape arc) (@TexanicoYT) May 18, 2022
XXL points out today (May 18), a Twitter account by the name of @Kurrco noticed that Offset had unfollowed Quavo and Takeoff on Instagram. That’s when rumors erupted online of the group breaking up. It’s not confirmed or denied and a reason, if there is one, isn’t known at the time.
However, the outlet reports trouble could have possibly began when “it was announced that Quavo and Takeoff will be dropping new music as a duo called Unc and Phew, a reference to their familial bond.” The song is titled “Hotel Lobby,” set to drop on Friday, May 20. It’s not clear if Offset wasn’t feeling that move or not. Quavo shared a promo video today. via Instagram. In the caption he wrote, “Road Trip To The Hotel Lobby Friday!”
Take a look at the visual:
In. 2017, the Migos earned their first No. 1 song on the Billboard chart with “Bad and Boujee.” They also earned a gold plaque that same year for the single.
In 2018, the trio told spoke about “sticking together,” despite dropping solo albums. Offset said, “This sh*t is just showcase. We just wanted to show the world that it can be done and you still be home team. But the group is for all the sh*t.” That same year, they celebrated their second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 albums chart with Culture II. In addition, they made Billboard chart history, tying The Beatles for the most simultaneous entries on the Billboard chart.
We’ll keep you updated as more details become available. What are your thoughts on everything? Let us know.