After bumping heads with one-third of the Atlanta trap trio Takeoff over a #FlashBackFriday post where Guwop claimed he offered two chains off his neck to replace Quavo and Takeoff’s faux neck gear in their 2013 “Holmes” video, The Last Rocket rapper denied the statement, calling all cap on Gucci’s recollection. But according to Guwop, that's exactly how he remembered it, which he addressed back to Takeoff afterward. The exchange set off a chain of divisive fan arguments as some argued that Guwop’s alleged lie disrupted Takeoff’s quiet disposition, confirming Takeoff was telling the truth, while others pulled alleged receipts of Migos’ “fake-it-til-you-make-it” ice from their early industry days.
In a now-deleted post, Mr. Davis attempted to back his initial claim yet again with a throwback photo of himself with another member of the group, Quavo. Pictured above a more recent photo of the two, the picture shows a young Huncho beside Gucci, who’s blowing a thick cloud of smoke from his mouth. “When Guwop called my manager, that night it changed my life!” he captioned the post, tagging Quavo. “#TheTruth #BigFacts #NoCap.”
Apparently, the follow-up post no longer exists on Guwop’s page, nor has Quavo, Takeoff or Offset made their own statements via Instagram yet. But let’s hope that all of the trapateers have come to some sort of agreement on the matter in the meantime.
See Gucci’s additional thoughts on it all below:
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