Offset and J Prince’s feud came to a head when the former decided that now was not the time to criticize his relationship with Takeoff.
The year in question is 2023, when Migos rapper Takeoff was honored alongside music legends Loretta Lynn and Christine McVie at the Grammy Awards.
What should have been a moment of silence in memory of the late rapper became a spark for discussion—once again.
Offset stated in a video posted to Instagram:
“First off, y’all n***as speaking on my real brother. I don’t know what the f**k ya’ll n**as got going on, y’all n**as talkin’ about my real brother.”
This explosive video comes after J Prince discussed Offset and his rocky relationship with Takeoff and Quavo prior to the latter’s untimely death.
“How dare one of y’all n***as even speak on me and Take relationship. I don’t know you n***as from a can of paint. Ya’ll n***as don’t know how me and my brother rock.”
According to Billboard, J Prince has previously discussed the tumultuous relationship of the Migos members.
J Prince previously said:
“In reality, the truth of the matter is, you wasn’t really right there with Takeoff when he was alive. So, for you to be taking these positions that you taking, you know what I mean? I got people everywhere, so I hear all kinds of things.”
Although Takeoff’s death was months ago, he is still a sensitive subject, especially for Offset, who wasn’t about to let anyone make comments about things they didn’t know about.
Offset went on:
“Y’all n***as airing it out on an interview talking about, ‘I said this.’ N***a, call my phone homie. You call my phone and we’ll have a conversation. All that playing internet games.”
Offset appears to have ignored J Prince’s warning to:
“never put [him]in no position where I have to defend [himself].”
J Prince stated during his appearance at the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game”:
“I ain’t gonna throw rocks and hide my hand. I’m just gonna let it be known to him. Because I hear what’s being said. And it’s all love after that.”
J Prince’s interview is embedded below. Around the 58-minute mark, he discusses Takeoff’s death and his relationship with Offset.