Cardi B's Husband Offset Tries To Expose Joe Budden: "I Seen U In Barnes & U Ran" –
Screenshots have surfaced of Offset going at Budden and his new “State of the Culture” present.
In June 2017, Joe Budden and Migos sparked headlines after a heated interview.
The run-in began when DJ Akademiks introduced up the topic of Takeoff not having a verse on Migos’s largest hit, “Bad And Boujee.” He described this as a “working joke,” to which Takeoff replied: “You mentioned I’m left off ‘Bad and Boujee?’ Does it appear to be I’m left off ‘Bad and Boujee?’” Co-host Joe Budden then raised the stakes by saying “Alright, we gotta wrap this up although” earlier than dropping his mic and strolling away earlier than the tip of the dialog. (The FADER)
Things went left when Migos was doing an interview for Everyday Struggle 😳 pic.twitter.com/1gpCj5vXJR
— Rap Direct (@RapDirect_) June 26, 2017
Budden ultimately got here ahead to talk on the state of affairs’s aftermath.
“I’m not saying it wasn’t fallacious my habits. I’m not saying it wasn’t disrespectful. It was. I’m telling you that in some unspecified time in the future it stops being about figuring out proper or fallacious and it begins to grow to be, “Is it value it?” It 100 p.c is value it to me to let these little diva n*ggaas know that I don’t give two f*cks about none of this Migos sh*t. None of this sh*t. Y’all sitting right here giving n*ggas y’all a** to kiss. I’m not with it. I don’t care about your tremendous stardom. I don’t care about your success. F*ck all ya’ll. Y’all can rise up. Y’all should not have to take a seat right here. I didn’t wish to discuss to y’all anyway.”” (“Everyday Struggle”)
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