Quavo and Joe Budden Officially Squash Beef at Diddy’s Birthday Party
While both men were in attendance at Diddy's 50th birthday party on Saturday (Dec. 14), Quavo and Joe Budden posed for a picture, officially deading any beef that remained between the two of them.
The bad blood between Migos and Joe Budden stems from a 2017 interview with the rap group while Budden was a fixture on the Complex show, Everyday Struggle. During the interview, Joe dropped his mic and walked off the stage after a co-host labeled the trio his favorite rap group. In a moment that was memed immediately afterward, Migos quickly let go of their microphones, readying themselves for any type of altercation.
In December of 2017, Migos' record label Quality Control dropped their compilation project Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 1. On the the aforementioned song "Ice Tray," which appears on the LP, Quavo disses Joe Budden.
"If a nigga hatin’ call him Joe Budden " Quavo rapped. For his part, Budden responded by saying, "I have never heard Quavious more audible and clear than that line.”
Budden didn't seem to have too much of a problem with the song and his issues with Migos didn't seem to truly extend beyond that point. In a January 2018 interview, Quavo dismissed the notion of him having serious problems with Budden, though he still had some words that many would take as being disrespectful.
"It's no disrespect when I say, 'Fuck him,'" Quavo said at the time. "It's not like, 'Fuck him when I see him, let's fuck him up.' It's like a 'Fuck him, I'm not bothering him, he ain't bothering me' type of fuck."
If the picture and caption are any indications, there is nothing but love between the two now.
In other Migos related good news; the rap group recently partnered with Popeye's to bring three specialty menu items to life, starting at $9.99. Available exclusively on Uber Eats nationwide from Dec. 6 through Jan. 2, the chicken sandwich is now accessible on the meal delivery website.
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