Are The Rumors Of  Migos’ Breakup True? Offset Suing Migos’ Record Label

Are The Rumors Of Migos’ Breakup True?

Since the hip-hop music group came out in 2008, fans have been amazed by how talented they are. The group is known for making trap music with a bit of mumble rap that has changed the style and influenced their ever-growing fan base. The Migos have been a mainstay of hip-hop for more than a decade, thanks to songs like “Versace,” “Bad and Boujee,” “Stir Fry,” and more.

But it looks like there could be trouble in the group.

Are The Rumors Of  Migos' Breakup True? Offset Suing Migos' Record Label

There have been rumors that Migos are no longer a trio. Quite recently, Quavo and Takeoff released a new song called “Us Vs. Them” without Offset thereby further fuelling the breakup rumors.

Read on to find out everything you need to know about Migos’ breakup rumors being true or not.

Have The Migos Broken Up For Good?

Fans of hip-hop know that groups don’t usually stick together. Even though each member of Migos has put out music on their own, the group has always made music together.

Fans of the hip-hop group Migos were worried when rumors that they had broken up began to spread on social media.

The rumors started when a Twitter account saw that  Offset and Cardi B had unfollowed Quavo and Takeoff on Instagram.

And then, Quavo and Takeoff remade a picture of themselves from when they were kids and posted it on Instagram on May 28. This led to more rumors that the band had broken up.

In the old photo, the two young relatives were wearing big graphic t-shirts, baseball caps, and jewelry.

Takeoff is stretching out the chain around his neck on the left side, and Quavo is standing next to him and making the Atlanta hand sign, which is an upside-down “A.”

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Then in June, the group was back in the news because they decided not to play at the 2022 Governors Ball.

The official Governor’s Ball Twitter page announced on June 7, 2022, that the Migos will no longer be playing at the three-day music festival in New York City from June 10–12, 2022.

People on social media naturally thought that rumors that the three were going their separate ways were behind the cancellation, and it’s easy to see why. But recently, sources told TMZ that the Migos have not broken up. In fact, the group didn’t go to the show because they had something else planned at the same time.

Now, let’s look at the whole scenario with a pinch of logic – the fact is, celebrities often stop following each other. So, that doesn’t mean that the three of them are necessarily at odds with each other or with one of them. Not only that, but before putting out a new project, some artists tend to unfollow people or change the look of their social media pages.

Are The Rumors Of  Migos' Breakup True? Offset Suing Migos' Record Label

In other words, it’s best not to jump to conclusions, especially since the most recent rumors have been debunked.

On the other hand, Offset has filed a lawsuit against Migos’ label over ownership of solo recordings, which is once again giving rise to the speculations that Migos has finally broken up.

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Migos’ Offset Suing Record Label Over Ownership of Solo Recordings

Offset, a member of the Atlanta rap group Migos, is suing the group’s record label, Quality Control. He says that the label still claims ownership of his recent solo releases, even though the rapper bought back the rights to them in a 2021 deal for which he “paid handsomely.”


In the complaint, the rapper said that the label’s alleged hold was “wrong” and that it “knowingly violates Offset’s rights to his own music.”

Pitchfork says that Offset is trying to get a court order to make sure that Quality Control doesn’t have any rights, title, or interest in his solo work.

Offset says that Quality Control broke their agreement by claiming to own his new solo song “5 4 3 2 1,” which was produced by Baby Keem.

According to reports, the rapper says that Quality Control demanded that Motown “publicly (but falsely) list Quality Control as having an ownership interest in the recording of ‘5 4 3 2 1’.”

This is a story in development, we would update our readers as soon as further details emerge.


Rahul aims to cover the latest trends in the entertainment industry with his own unique perspective thrown in for a good measure. He loves dogs and reading about topics ranging from sports to science and technology. Rahul has a master's degree in exercise science and holds NSCA CSCS and CISSN certification

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