Offset’s recent tweet has sparked speculation among fans on Twitter that he may have beef with hip-hop moguls Pierre “P” Thomas and J. Prince, with whom he has had problems in the past. The rapper’s tweet has left many wondering about the cause of the potential conflict.
A photo featuring Quality Control Music co-founder Pierre “P” Thomas and Houston rap mogul J. Prince was recently posted on Prince’s Instagram. The caption stated,
“Congratulations to both of the homies that are making big moves where they’re from Chicago and Atlanta. Keep doin what you doin the real recognize the real.”
After a photo was posted on Instagram featuring Quality Control Music co-founder Pierre “P” Thomas and Houston rap mogul J. Prince, former Migos rapper Offset took to Twitter with a tweet saying, “I hate you n*ggas with all my heart.” Fans reacted to the tweet, speculating that there might be some beef between Offset, Thomas, and Prince. Additionally, Offset posted on his Instagram story, “fake love a mf smh.”
Meanwhile, record executive and entrepreneur Wack 100 took to his Instagram to give his input and called Prince a “clout chaser.” The Instagram post was captioned:
“CLOUT CHASING AT ITS FINEST .. NEGRO DONT POST THIS LIKE ITS GOOD . THIS PIC WAS TOOK 2021 WHEN IT WAS GOOD NOT 4 HRS AGO MORE LIKE 18 MONTHS AGO”
Fans reacted to the April 26 tweet, where one user joked about the tweet asking Offset “Something Set you off?” One other user in the comments simply said “Is it something deeper?,” when wondering why he tweeted that out.
Offset previously had a dispute with Pierre “P” Thomas and Quality Control Music due to feeling like he did not receive adequate payment when he started his solo career. Thomas and QC argued that Offset breached a legal agreement, and sought to have his 2022 lawsuit dismissed.
The “Clout” rapper was also involved in a spat with Prince after the death of the late Migos rapper Takeoff. In February, Prince was interviewed on the Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast and responded to claims about him being responsible for Takeoff’s death in Houston. Prince also claimed that Offset wasn’t there for him at the time Takeoff died. Offset later posted an Instagram live and went at Prince, but didn’t call him by his name.
Is Quavo Throwing Shade At Offset? Fans Speculate After Instagram Post
Offset isn’t the only one throwing shots.
Recently, former Migos rapper Quavo posted a picture on his Instagram with the caption “Rocket Power It’s In You not on You!” Fans on Twitter thought it was a shot at former Migos rapper Offset, who got a back tattoo of the late rapper Takeoff less than a week before Quavo’s picture.