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“H*ll motherf*cking no,” Shmurda said when asked if he’d ever work with Tek again. “You gotta treat these rappers like rappers – his is entertainment. That’s why I say to the kids in school, they’re entertainers. They’re just entertainers. They’re not living that sh*t they’re saying.” (VLAD TV)
It seems as though Diddy’s birthday party had attendees in forgiving spirits. Not only did the feud between Jay Z and Kanye West end, but Joe Budden and Quavo’s feud would end at the HipHip veteran’s party as well.
Fans may remember the feud between the outspoken podcaster and Atlanta native began at the 2017 BET Awards. In an interview with Complex News, fans could feel the tension between Joe Budden and the rap group moments before Budden dropped the mic in the middle of the interview with Migos. Prior to his walking off, Budden cut off DJ Akademiks telling him, “We gotta wrap this up though.” Which led to Quavo responding, “Well, wrap it up then.”
After Budden walked off you can see things get heated between the group and the “Pump It Up” rapper. Shortly after Migos released “Ice Tray” and Quavo sang a line, “If a N*gga Hatin Call him Joe Budden, p*ssy.”
Budden reacted to the lyrics via Twitter in a post saying, “Quavo want smoke? Lol. Nigga called me p*ssy on the adlib track.” Budden also threw shade on an episode of Everyday Struggle.
Following Diddy’s birthday celebration, it seems as though the two are cool now after Budden posted a picture on Instagram with the two side by side, in a caption that read, “If a n*gga hatin call him something else now lol #Love.” It’s good to see black men put their differences aside and come together!
Quavo took to Twitter to unveil his most recent endeavor.
The Migos rapper is serving as the producer for the upcoming horror movie, The Resort. He didn’t reveal much details about the project other than his excitement. “Wow Jus WATCH MY FIRST HORROR FILM I PRODUCED,” he tweeted teasing the movie would be “coming soon.”
The only thing we do know is that Quavo tagged William Meldman, who is the founder of Double Down Pictures.
Meldman provided a behind the scenes look of the editing process in March. “Having a blast in the editing bay with the squad today #TheResortMovie #ComingSoon #Casamigos in the studio,” the caption read.
There’s reason to believe that this horror film may be animated because the Atlanta rapper linked up with Imagine Entertainment co-founder Brian Grazer for an animated “transformative franchise.”
“I’ve loved animation my whole life whether on TV or in movies and I wanted my first jump into this premium content world to be a show just for kids,” Quavo said at the time. “It will definitely reflect the creativity, love, and families in and around the NAWF side of Atlanta where we grew up.”
Atlanta rapper Quavo wants fans to know he really does have a Migos and Popeyes deal in the books. The hip-hop superstar came clean this week about partnering up with the popular fried chicken fast food spot.