Capo announced he is no longer holding a grudge against Migos. The Glo Gang artist spoke exclusively with Hip Hops Revival to say the beef is officially over.
“At the end of the day with Keef — the situation with him squashing the beef with Migos — that’s cool cause you know bro gotta do what he gotta do,” he told Hip Hops Revival. “At the end of the day, ain’t no beef. I don’t do no rap beef. I’m not gonna sit and speak upon them because they aint even nobody that need to be talked about. But it ain’t sh-t. Bro called me about it so sometimes you gotta learn to be the bigger person and walk away from sh-t. Long as them n-ggas don’t put they hands on me. If a n-gga put they hands on me, it’s something else. Other than that, it ain’t sh-t. I’m tryna get some money.”
Capo was initially not ready to end the feud after Sosa and the Atlanta rap trio called a truce in early December.
“I Ain’t wit None of Dat Rap Beef or Internet beef!!! And I most defenantly Ain’t Rockin wit no Migos str8 War sh-t no piece Tree click Clack up this Choppa let it speak speak! Who ever Wit dat Sh-t Make Sure u stay away from Me! Keef got An Acception but Everybody Else This Sh-t Goes For U!” the caption on Capo’s December post read.
Capo and Migos confronted each other inside a Chicago Olive Garden in November.
Sosa and Offset of Migos posted photos onto their respective IG accounts that included Glo Gang’s Tadoe and Migos’ Quavo and Takeoff. Nothing was written in their posts’ captions. The image was powerful enough.
Tadoe went on to post a photo of his own with Migos onto his IG account.
Fredo Santana didn’t issue a statement on the matter, but did retweet Migos and Sosa’s Cali picture that has since gone viral.
Pro athlete Chad Ochocinco recently held a convo with Fredo on the matter.
Ochocinco talked wanting to see a resolution to GBE and Migos’ beef. The pro athlete told followers he believes he can end the two popular camps’ beef.
“I’m so positive I can unite Migos & Glory Boys…
“I’m full of love today & I’m happy as hell,” he wrote on Twiter.
Ocho would later reveal he had a conversation with Mr. Fredo Santana himself.
“Just spoke w/ he homie @FREDOSANTANA300 , real thorough dude,” he wrote.
Atlanta OG KK can be credited for working out a truce for both camps. He helped arranged for both groups to settle their differences.
“Everybody played their own part,” KK explained. “A lot of people got involved. We didn’t really want to see no bloodshed. …The OGs gotta step in when the OGs gotta step in. …It’s all about getting this money.
“All this beef sh-t is irrelevant,” he continued. “A lot of people wanna see that instead of telling the guys the real deal. …This is something that could be squashed.”
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