XXXTentacion’s Migos beef has turned violent. The rapper is accusing Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff of jumping him, pulling a gun on him, and stabbing him in Los Angeles.
Taking to social media, Tentacion bashed Migos for the alleged altercation. “I got jumped in L.A. by some pussy-ass ni**as,” he said in one video. “They jumped me. Nobody gave the respectable one-on-one.”
In a series of videos, XXX explained that the altercation took place as he was leaving a hotel with his girlfriend and a friend. He went on to claim that a gun was pulled. “Them ni**as fired on me, my girl, and my ni**a,” he added. “So if you see anything, ni**a, just know they had fire and they pulled a gun on me.”
He later revealed that he was stabbed but not shot and that he fought back. “Y’all ni**as had fire and ain’t shoot me,” he said. “After all this shit I’ve been talking, how the fuck you ain’t shoot me? Y’all ni**as pussy as fuck.”
He added: “Had that boy’s hair in my hand, I was biting the shit out of that boy’s ass. He slumped my dawg. Soon as he slumped my dawg, I jumped on him and they wound up jumping me.” He also revealed the gruesome stab wound.
His bashing continued in multiple clips. “Fuck Quavo, fuck Offset, fuck that pussy ni**a, what’s it called? Liftoff? Fuck Liftoff. Fuck all y’all pussy-ass ni**as.” He went on to say that he would use the incident as promotion. “Migos just gave me free clout,” he exclaimed.
X went on to post and delete a short video of Takeoff walking away from him. “LOOK AT PUSSY ASS LIFT OFF RUNNINNNGGGG,” he wrote on Instagram.
It is unclear exactly what led to the beef, but this isn’t the first time that Migos has been accused of similar actions. Quavo and Offset were recently filmed in a New York street brawl. Before that, they clashed with Chris Brown at the BET Awards. Back in February, they also allegedly beat up Sean Kingston.
This is also not the first time that XXX has been around violence. The Florida rapper was knocked out during a San Diego concert and he’s been accused of a series of violent charges, including aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, domestic battery by strangulation, and more. His trial in that case is set to begin Dec. 1.