Migos and OG Maco Aren't Getting Along Right Now

They both exchange disses on Twitter.

Last Friday (July 31), Migos released their major label debut, Yung Rich Nation. After the success of their singles “Fight Night” and “Handsome and Wealthy,” the Atlanta trio supplied us with an album full of bangers with features from Chris Brown and Young Thug. There’s no officially tally of the numbers they sold for Yung Rich Nation yet, but it looks like it’s an issue between them and their Quality Control labelmate OG Maco.

This afternoon, Migos tweeted, “U Kno U Prayin Our Album Do Good N***a We Pay Ya Bills #Rookie” and pinged OG Maco right after. Obviously, the “U Guessed It” rapper wasn’t going to let that one slide.

He fired back with this tweet: “I never got a dolla from any Migo but Offset. Free him. I'm starting to think them album numbers locked up wit em.”

Migos then aligned themselves with Skippa da Flippa, who also signed to QC. They congratulated him for starting a trend called “dabbin’.” It’s slang for “being fresh” and the word has quickly caught fire on social media.


“Half the rap game has already bit one of my flows or adlibs. Let me see them album sales figures!!!,” Maco tweeted again.

He added, “N****s really just came at me sideways cause I said @DaFlippaMan brought Dabbin to the forefront. Everybody in they feelings.”

It’s a shame because these guys were supposed to go on tour together to support Yung Rich Nation. Hopefully, they'll settle their differences soon.

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