After Migos’ Offset posted and deleted a number of mysterious text posts to his Instagram story today, Chicago’s King Yella took offence and believed he could have been talking about him.
A number of blogs reposted a video Yella recently posted to his Instagram, in which him and his girlfriend are dancing and rapping along to Yella’s song ‘Cardi B Truth’, a diss track Yella made which dropped in late 2017 [WATCH HERE: https://goo.gl/zn2Zp7]. In the song he says “Offset boy you better watch your bitch” (referring to Cardi B) and some blogs and followers took him rapping along as another diss.
Because of this Yella was quick to assume today’s indirect threats from Offset were about him, and responded with a number of his own videos on Instagram. At one point he commented under one of our Instagram posts (@RapCatchUp) saying “Put a name on it”, obviously interested to find out whether the Migos member is talking about him.
Later while on Live Yella spoke about the incident & blamed the reawakening of the beef on blogs posting the clip out of context, and said theres no problem with him listening to his own song on his own page. Check all the clips and posts out for yourself above, including the story posts Offset deleted. Do you think Offset was talking about King Yella, or somebody else?
Instagram: @IAmKingYella @OffsetYRN
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