Young Thug Disses Rich Homie Quan During Concert In Santa Ana, CA

Rich Homie Quan isn’t uniting with Rich Gang any time soon. Young Thug threw jabs at his former rap protégé during a concert performance in Santa Ana Monday night.

“F**k Rich Homie,” Thugger said as he was preparing to perform hit song “Lifestyle.”

Quan previously threw jabs of his own at Thugger during a performance in December 2015. Quan took aim at Thug’s sexuality in a heated exchange with concertgoers.

“I don’t f**k with no f*****g f*gs….looking like Young Thug…get the f**k away from me,” Quan said. “Get your a-- the f**k back, bruh.”

Thugger learned of Quan’s diss and clapped back in a heated Twitter rant.

“He didn’t mean to say that, uma give em a pass!!

“Homie yo lil career almost OV !!!” Thug wrote on Twitter.

He would go on to retweet a fan who wrote, “…who RICH HOMIE.”

Thug once referred to the “Flex” rapper as “B*tch Homie Quan” during his Rodeo Tour Concert in March 2015.

Thug would later backtrack on comments he made after taking to IG to declare he wasn’t beefing with Quan.

“IM NOT BEEFIN WITH RHQ IDIOTS!!!!!!” a message he posted onto IG.

Quan was suspected of dissing Thug in song, “You Not,” rapping, “You ain’t no Thug, plus you not the n—a I thought you was.”

But Quan took to Twitter clear the air on the alleged diss record.

“#Younot is not a diss song. That song was recorded over a year ago. I would Neva diss my brother @youngthug despite wat yall think or say,” he wrote.

Quan opened up on Thug’s negative remarks during an interview with Drea O. Quan said he didn’t hold any ill feelings toward his Rich Gang associate.

“He called me ‘B-tch Homie Quan,’” Quan said. “…I don’t know. I wish Thugger the best success, the best in his career.”

Quan also opened up on his relationship with Thug during an interview with ESPN’s Highly Questionable.

“[Young Thug] a always be my brother for life. No hard feelings,” Quan said. “We both went to middle school together. We live in Atlanta. Right now, it’s just a lot going on. I’m still the same Quan. I never said anything to trash Thug or bash Thug or banish his name because that’s not where I come from. I’m all about giving, blessing, so I wish Thug the best of success, man.”

Quan would go on to say he was hurt by the Thug’s “B*tch Homie Quan” remark.

“My first reaction was ‘My brother called me B*tch Homie Quan?’ I took my glasses off because – not to get in my feelings – it hurt,” he said. “I would never disrespect you when he have each other number. It’s certain stuff you do and certain stuff you don’t do. It’s a certain way you do things. That’s not one of the ways I would’ve done it.”

Many thought Quan’s decision to leave Rich Gang and focus on his solo career might’ve led to Thug’s remarks.

Quan stopped by Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 in late February to announce he was stepping away from Rich Gang to focus on himself.

“I have been focusing more on myself,” he said. “I’ve stepped away from Rich Gang just so I can get back to Quan. People want Quan back.”

Quan told Drea O his announcement wasn’t mean to stir conflict.

“I didn’t announce it to create a conflict,” he said. “I don’t know if it created conflict. But it is what it is.

“…When I said it, people just blown it out of proportion,” he continued. “I never said I wasn’t gonna do the Rich Gang thing, I said I was gonna focus on myself a little bit more. Rich Gang my family. Bird, that’s my homie. …I never said I was gonna stop f-cking with them. I was just gonna focus on myself a little bit more.”

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