AceShowbiz - Are Offset, Quavo and Takeoff amigos no more now? Rumors that Migos may be splitting up have hit the Internet after Offset and his wife Cardi B unfollowed his two groupmates on Instagram.
On Wednesday, May 18, Twitter account @Kurrco noticed that Quavo and Takeoff are no longer on Offset's following list. Fans and social media users quickly rambled with speculation that they may have broken up as a group.
"Damn this really the end for the migos? Why else would offset unfollow quavo and takeoff," one person wondered. Another curious fan asked, "Wait..Quavo unfollowed Offset and Takeoff…so Migos ain't amigos no mo?"
A third claimed, "Migos done finally split up lol damn." A sad fan reacted, "Migos breaking up would be worse than the Beatles," while another lamented, "Rap is dying. thug arrested, migos may have split, keed died, wtf is goin on this week man."
"I find offset beefing with quavo and takeoff sad because they're not just friends, they're literally family," one other fan commented, as someone else added, "They're much better as a group. Offset & Quavo can both hold their own separately and're great feature artists, but they're at their best as a trio."
Some, however, thought that if Migos does split up, it's the best for the members. "Offset unfollowing Quavo & Takeoff was coming. They're family, but the Migos era is over. Hip hop groups sadly aren't permanent and only scratch the surface of each artist's potential anyway," one opined.
Not surprised, another weighed in, "I see it as a W. They're better solo anyway." Someone else said, "They arent imo but at this point they arent really great as a group anyway."
Meanwhile, one person speculated that this is just a marketing ploy to draw more attention to Quavo and Takeoff's upcoming collaboration. "This is marketing, they will be back together in 2 weeks after quavo and takeoff drop a video," the said person theorized.
Indeed, Offset's eyebrow-raising move arrives after the other two Migos members announced their new track "Hotel Lobby", which is set to drop on Friday, May 20. In a teaser of the music video that seems to pay homage to Hunter S. Thompson's classic Sin City novel "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas", the two enjoy a road trip through the deserts which appears to end up as a wild night.
"Unc And Phew Presents The Hotel Lobby Friday!" Quavo posted along with cover art of the project. Takeoff promoted the song on his own account, writing, "All Roads Meet @ The [h]otel Lobby! Friday 5.20."