Chief Keef and Glo Gang End Beef With Migos #MiGlo, Fans React

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. A recent photo taken by Chief Keef and Migos said a million. Sosa and his Glo Gang camp have decided to let bygones be bygones with the Atlanta trio.

Chief Keef 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.

Social media erupted with news of their truce:

Atlanta OG KK can be credited for working out a truce for both camps. He helped arranged for both groups to settle their differences.

KK said both camps met in California to officially squash the beef.

“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.”

Last week, a video surfaced of KK offering support to Migos amid the two rap camp’s escalating beef.

“…Anybody who got a problem with my little brother Offset, you got a problem with me,” KK said. “This ain’t no tweet, Instagram, social media sh-t man. This real life sh-t, man. This real drama, man. My little brother plugged. Shout out to Quavo, shout out to Takeoff. And yall tweet that and say whatever yall wanna say. Believe me Pull Up Gang in your face, bruh. Don’t make us put a greenlight, put a no fly zone on you cause you won’t be able to go nowhere. Chief Keef, all that sh-t over man. Drop another rake and watch what happen to you.

“Salute to my D.C. n-ggas, man,” he continued. “My real D.C. n-ggas man. I got real D.C. hitters. We ain’t no industry n-ggas. We in the streets n-ggas.”

Glo Gang and Migos’ resolution follows months of bickering.

Migos’ beef with Chief Keef and Glo Gang blew up in early November after Capo confronted the trio in a Chicago restaurant.

Migos took to social media to mock Capo following the altercation.


“Caught #elcappgguod slipping lastnight in his city,” Takeoff added on his personal IG.

Capo would later post a fiery rant on Twitter.

“@1YoungTakeoff Way F*ck n*gga Link up Dm yo number! Y’all pull up right Pull up Na

“Migos Soft as hell Y’all Jus Had 20 n*ggas And I was by myself F*ck n*ggas! Link

“@1YoungTakeoff @offsetYRN @QuavoStuntin Link Up Again Were y’all at don’t leave Chicago yet Dm y’all Line let’s meet let’s meet Again!” he wrote.

“On blood grave They all Swung and I didn’t Get hit 2time they Lil rappin A-- had 20 n*ggas Wit Em An ain’t even do sh*t But woof!

“@migosATL Y’all a-- was tryna talk I told y’all let’s go outside y’all b*tch a-- y’all wanna be real so bad! Y’all fraud a-- lil n*ggas!

“Cameras on once the fight was over Y’all ain’t record wat really happen on blood quavo was scared y’all a-- funny I’m off the internet Tho!

“Quavious Marshall yall from the north side of Atlanta Y’all can’t Even c-- to Zone6 east Atlanta! Gucci don’t f*ck wit yall no Mo @MigosATL

“Bang Bang Kamakazee

“Nobody wanted to Fight One On One I was gone Beat all 3 of the Migos asson Blood!

“Shhhhh close Yo mouth rest Up in the Trap! I make one Call And Then fall I put him on the Map!” he wrote.

Capo also took to IG to call out Migos


“Migos B*tches @MigosATL scary a-- N*ggas Y’all ain’t Wanna Fight me One on one! We a meet Again,” the captions on his posts read.

Fredo soon injected himself into beef and threatened he would personally handle the Atlanta rap group if they were to ever try 300 brother Capo again.

“On bd this sh-t go for any rap n*gga u will die playin wit me an I will go to jail wit out a care im the right mf to play wit on bd ALL FACT

“@MigosATL I’m in LA but stop playing wit capo on bd for I get y’all whole camped killed facts my word is LAW so don’t test

“I will do the time for it to.

“An who ever riding wit em is a enemy an I hope y’all no wat I do to enemy’s,” he wrote.

Migos may have directed a subliminal tweet towards Fredo.

“N*ggas hard on the web #peterparker,” the post read.

Fredo replied to the tweet, writing, “I’m hard in real life too check my field record.”

600Breezy backed Fredo.

“Cut me in

“F*ck it. Let’s take our Chiraq bullsh-t Global,” he said in response.

Migos found themselves involved in a violent brawl in D.C a week following their encounter with Capo. Quavo’s chains were stolen during the melee.

Chief Keef got the rumor going that he may have has some involvement in the snatching of Quavo’s chain after he posted a photo of the rapper’s “QC” chain onto IG. The post would later be removed.

The confrontation between Capo and Migos came just weeks after the release of Chief Keef’s latest track “Trap” featuring Shawty Lo. In this track, Sosa sneak disses the Migos, rapping, “B*tch I’m trapping out the mansion/I ain’t trappin out of no Bando/This ain’t no Versace…”

Migos’ “Bando” and “Versace” were two of their earlier breakout hit records.

There is no love lost between Chief Keef and Migos.

Sosa previously released two tracks subliminally aimed at Migos following their 2013 social media exchanges that turned the world of underground Hip Hop upside down.

Sosa’s leaked snippet of “Mando” appeared to be a jab at Migos’ hit song “Bando.”

In Mando, Sosa raps, “Mando, b*tch getting money Mando/N****s shooting up your bando/Mando, b---- I need my money pronto.”

Sosa then released “Pull Up,” another suspected diss toward Migos.

In this 12-Hunna-produced single, Sosa raps, “Pull up in my M-6, in my M-1/Just hit my connect, say he got about 10 guns/Pull up in my 755 with 50 ones.”

Migos first told Sosa to “pull up” after all hell broke loose during their social media exchange in early December 2013.

Chief Keef slammed the Migos for an alleged sneak diss in song “Brokanese.”

“Heard Migos sneak dissin No Talkin,” Sosa wrote.

Offset responded a short time later with a direct statement telling Sosa to “pull up” when they landed in “Chiraq” for a scheduled Dec. 21 performance.

“Will b in Chiraq Next Week Pull Up @ChiefKeef,” he wrote.

The remaining members Quavo and Takeoff issued a statement, writing, “Sneak Diss Who?? PULL UP!! #DNTTWEET PULL UP!!”

Sosa mocked the Atlanta-based rappers, writing, “Lol ‘Pull Up’ #CallMeSosaSanta.”

Migos went on to release the track “Jealousy.”

Migos made their to way to California where Sosa was undergoing rehabilitation and again subliminally messaged the Interscope rapper, telling him to “pull up.”

“In Cali coolin

“All these rappers know they p****s anyway #F**kDaRapGame,” Migos wrote.

Offset echoed the abovementioned tweet on his Twitter account.

Migos went on to retweet a fan that tagged Glo Gang rapper BallOut in a tweet, writing, “Migos nem out N cali way?”

“Still in Cali #PullUp,” Migos added.

The singles “Mando” and “Pull Up” were released by Sosa despite his stance that he wouldn’t make any “diss songs.” He stated he would rather meet the Atlanta rappers in person.

“Finna hit The studio What y’all On? And no I don’t make diss Songs! Why do dat and You’ll see em Eventually,” he wrote.

Migos would go on to diss Sosa during their visit to Chiraq.

The Migos’ experience was captured in the “Migos: Live From Chiraq” vlog.

During the course of their tour outside of Petie Boys burger shop, someone can be heard, saying, “Sosa and them” at the 1:40 mark in the video.

Offset responded, “F**k, they talking bout.”

Chief Keef didn’t let their remarks slide.

“So I heard n----- Came to a n---- City and Knew I was in rehab! How you didn’t know And da whole world Know where da judge sent me,” Chief Keef wrote.

Chief Keef went on to downplay Migos’ street clout.

“N----- Fake As f--- Walkin Round like

“N----- think we beef because of my tweet No it’s Jus redtape on your street!” the “Bang 3” rapper wrote.

Sosa wrote he doesn’t engage in publicity stunts and boasted he is about that life, citing a shooting incident in DC.

“But Aye World Get Them n----- Some Publicity Stunts N----- love Publicity Stunts. I don’t do all dat I turn up Ask DC,” he wrote.

Chief Keef purports he and his Glo Gang crew shot up the Stadium nightclub in Washington D.C. during his Finally Rich Tour on June 30, 2012.

This incident was revealed after Sosa and D.C. rapper Shy Glizzy briefly exchanged heated words on Twitter in early December.

Glizzy messaged Chief Keef on Twitter, writing, “who made that bus glo up?”

Sosa responded, writing, “Who shot The Stadium up Doe? That s--- Should be In DC History #GLOGANG.”

Migos later added fuel onto their fiery beef with Sosa by claiming they were going to film a music video on O’Block with Lil Durk. It was Durk who suggested the move in May.

“New sh*t wit @MigosATL video gone be in ChiRaq #lilnigga,

“Migos can come to oblock and shoot our video,” he wrote on Twitter.

Migos replied to Durk’s tweet, writing, “who said we can’t lol.”

Durk responded to Migos, writing, “a nobody.”

Durk’s music video plans received the blessing of BossTop.

BossTop was recently photoed with Migos wearing Sosa’s Johnny Dang chain.

“#YoungHotHeadz #MigoGang #OTF @yrntakeoff @offsetym

“#IceAttack @yrntakeoff,” the captions on the posts read.

Lil Durk and Migos’ planned video shoots didn’t sit too well with Lil Reese.

Reese referred to all parties involved in the set up of the music video as “twitter thugs” and “studio thugs.”

“…N*ggas is clowns and jokes ova Internet p*ssy in real life,

“All dis d*ck ridin n*ggas doin dey shouldn’t b n*ggas nbs…#300,” he wrote.

Reese later referred to them as “fu gang” and “ILLUMINATI a-- n*ggas.”

Reese would later clarify he doesn’t have beef with Durk.

O’Block, or Parkway Gardens, is Chief Keef’s old stomping grounds. There is a heavy Black Disciple presence on the set.

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