Normally, Quavo isn't one to touch upon public dialog clouding his title. That mind-set modified following the discharge of his Quavo Huncho solo album, when the Migos frontman was met with backlash relating to lyrics referencing a drug overdose on "Big Bro," which many within the hip-hop group related to the demise of Lil Peep.
"Is you with me or in opposition to me/ I'm a OG now so that you want me/ Think you poppin' Xanax bars, however it's Fentanyl/ (No-no bars, it's Fentanyl)/ Think you're residing life like rockstars however you're useless now," Quavo raps. The 27-year-old determined to talk out and clear the air on Monday (Oct. 15), squashing any type of controversy with Peep's followers and family members. Quavo later clarified his intentions on Twitter, citing the lack of his barber of 10 years to Fentanyl.
"Lil Peep Is A Legend A Real Rockstar. N E V E R will communicate on the deceased. I consider in god I pray to GOD day-after-day. I Don't query GOD plans I misplaced my barber For 10 yrs to FENTANYL R.I.P. Show R.I.P XXX RIP TO ANYBODY WHO LOST THEIR LIFE TO DRUG ABUSE," he wrote.
Those that originally criticized Quavo for his "Big Bro" lyrics appeared to have modified their tune, accepting his ble rationalization. "Real! Thank you, this implies rather a lot," penned No Jumper's Adam 22. "Bless," tweeted rapper Fat Nick in response to Huncho.
"I obtained mad respect for you for popping out with this assertion. We wanted to listen to it. It’s all love now! Thank you for clearing this up @QuavoStuntin actual one," frequent Lil Peep collaborator and producer Smokeasac mentioned.
Check out Quavo's clarification under.