Migos, an Atlanta-based rap group, steamrolled their way onto the rap scene with their viral hit song “Versace.” This single brought the “Hannah Montana” rappers fame, but it also brought a lot of copycats out of the woodwork.
Offset of Migos is not too pleased with other rappers stealing their trademarked style and took to Twitter to slam biters.
“THE WHOLE WORLD IS BITING US @MigosATL FIND UR OWN STYLE,” Offset wrote.
Migos’ rapper Takeoff previously directed a subtle shot at the copycats in “Versace,” rapping, “I set the trend, you n****s copy.”
Offset’s comments are a total 180 from a December 2013 interview with Hip Hop magazine The Source.
Offset regarded artists mimicking Migos’ style as a “blessing.”
“It’s really like a blessing to see another artist take what we created and use it for themselves,” he said. “We appreciate it. We don’t got no trouble with nobody or we don’t like that they doing that. We appreciate it cause the media know what’s going on.”
TakeOff added, “Obviously if somebody copying you, it let you know you doing something good.”
Migos’ Offset Says Rappers Are Biting Their Style
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