And after taking a look at the clips from the trio’s calm before the storm, Fif has also likened the Atlanta rap clique to his own G-Unit squad.
“Was this a 50 Cent moment?” he captioned a comparative flick of himself and the Migos.
In the picture, we see a video still of Offset, Quavo and Takeoff right as they prepared to go full savage mode on Budden after he dropped his mic and walked off during their interview. Above their photo, Fif placed the key players of his OG G-Unit squad with himself, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. Posed similarly, minus the pistol Banks aims at the camera, the G-Unit and Migos members are perfectly matched in ready-for-war stances.
“Was Joe about to get popped on?” Fif continued in the caption. “Let me see, yeah, the young boys was getting ready to get on [your] head, Joe. Talking about you got a hot 16. LOL.”
While Joe is still apparently unbothered by what would have become a triple threat attack from the Culture artists, you can count on Fif to help ruffle some feathers anyway.
See his commentary on the incident below.
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