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Offset is calling cap. The Migos rapper is disputing a report from TMZ that he got into an altercation with Quavo at the Grammys.

Early Monday (Feb. 6), TMZ reported that Quavo and Offset had to be separated after getting into an argument backstage at the Grammys. According to the outlet, tempers flared because Quavo allegedly refused to have Offset join him on stage during the shows “In Memoriam” segment while he performed “Without You,” his tribute to their late group and family member Takeoff.

However, Offset took to Twitter to dispute the account. “What tf [sic] look like fighting my brother yal niggas is crazy,” he tweeted Monday afternoon.

It’s no secret that Takeoff wasn’t on the best of terms with Quavo and Offset, who had recently dropped their joint project, at the time of the latter’s untimely demise. Relatedly, Offset had recently taken to social media to retort in kind to J. Prince after the Rap-a-Lot Records founder came for him during a recent podcast interview.

Considering Takeoff was murdered on Halloween night in 2022, let’s hope these brothers can actually have a conversation to squash any simmering beef before it boils over.

Rest in power Takeoff.