Last week, during a show in California, the Atlanta rapper yelled, “F**k Rich Homie Quan” while on-stage. It’s the culmination of inner tensions between the two Rich Gang members.
In response, RHQ took to Instagram late last night to try and defuse the situation. Captioned in a video of him dancing he wrote, “u can say f**k me all u want to u still my BESTFRIEND.” The song he was dancing to had its own hatchet-burying lyrics as he rapped, “I had to separate myself from Rich Gang / No disrespect to Birdman, Thugger Thugger still my best friend.”
The two artists haven’t released music together since 2014’s Rich Gang mixtape Tha Tour Part 1. Quan had hinted last November that there would be another Rich Gang tape coming soon but nothing has yet surfaced.
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