Lil Peep's close friends Fat Nick and Bexey have called out Quavo for his lyrics.
Another week, another big release as Quavo has dropped his first-ever solo album. The Migos member made his solo debut last night when he dropped Quavo Huncho, a collection of nineteen songs with Kid Cudi, Cardi B, 21 Savage, Drake, Travis Scott, and many others. Last night, one of the major talking points was his "Huncho Dreams" track, where he refers to Nicki Minaj by name, possibly confirming a past relationship with the star. Now, as fans have more time to take in everything being offered on the album, a different track is starting to raise eyebrows: "Big Bro."
In the track, Quavo raps, "Think you poppin' Xanax bars, but it's Fentanyl/ Think you're living life like rockstars but you're dead now." The line is being perceived as a Lil Peep diss and considering the circumstances of his death and the fact he used to refer to himself as a rock star, it makes sense. Fans of the late artist are outraged over the lyric, demanding an explanation from Huncho. Even Peep's friends are starting to chime in, calling out the Migos superstar for the possible sneak diss as Fat Nick and Bexey have both commented on the issue.
While this could very well just be a general take on the current state of the culture, it's only natural that people would believe he's going after Peep. What do you think?