Offset assures fans that he'll be heard before long.
It's been a month of ups and downs for Offset. The Migos rapper has been experiencing a publicized breakup, which recently culminated in a romantic gesture gone awry; in case you missed it, Offset crashed (possibly soon-to-be) ex-wife Cardi B's Rolling Loud set, bringing an elaborate cake and floral arrangement on stage. Unfortunately, Cardi didn't seem to appreciate the gesture, appearing visibly uncomfortable. Offset later defended his decision, opting for a "can't blame a guy for trying" line of reasoning.
Yet during the relationship fallout, many fans have been more concerned about the rapper's purgatorial solo album, which has since been pushed back indefinitely; while hardly concrete, Cardi seemed to believe that it wasn't dropping in December at all, implying a 2019 release date. In any case, Offset came through to provide his supporters with a vague, though encouraging message: "I T S S T I L L O N T H E W A Y," he writes, posted up alongside the whip.
Of course, during a familial crisis, an album release can feel like the least of one's worries. Still, it's good to see Offset taking the time to interact with his fans, even if he is, for all intents and purposes, a man on a mission. Hopefully, the Migos rapper can find some peace and reconcile with those he has wronged. We're not quite sure whether a 2019 Offset drop will have a butterfly-effect esque impact on the third Culture album, but I suppose only time will tell.