Offset Makes Fan Shed Tears During Concert & Compares Himself To Michael Jackson
| LAST UPDATE 09/29/2022
One passionate fan is reminding viewers there's levels to this rap s**t after crying real tears during a viral performance from Offset. Other fans could hardly believe what they had witnessed!
Offset took a trip to Bali, Indonesia to play a massive show and further establish his solo career.
Before he even hit the stage, the estranged Migos member turned heads with the funny clip below where he visits a local McDonald's restaurant and reacts to the menu. "These folks got the double-double Mac," he said. "These folks goin' crazy. This s**t got to kill ya."
Few things could've prepared Set for what happened later that night. While walking among the crowd at his show, he shared a long emotional hug with one fan. The moment made him feel like Michael Jackson, though some people thought the woman overreacted a bit.
"Nah shordie was crying over Offset," one fan wrote. Another asked, "Love Offset but why she crying over him?"
Michael Jackson seems to be a leading inspiration for Offset in this new phase of life. Not only did he honor the late pop icon with a new profile picture on IG. He posted a photo where he borrows MJ's signature style, from the bedazzled gloves to the slicked-back hair.
There's no doubt Offset is moving like a superstar. Not long after his performance in Bali, he flew back to the US and played a legendary set at Rolling Loud in NYC. It was pouring rain, an ideal scene for the chorus to Migos' 2016 trap anthem "Bad and Boujee."
Adding to Offset's list of accolades is his role as co-host of the HBO Max streetwear series 'The Hype,' which just launched its second season. He explained how the show offers a valuable platform for rising designers who might otherwise have their original ideas stolen.
The Atlanta rapper is still making time to release fresh music, too. He's already dropped two bangers: "Code" feat. Moneybagg Yo and "54321" produced by Baby Keem.
Plus, he teased a stashed collab with the late Juice WRLD, who appeared on Migos' 2021 album 'Culture III.' That'd be fire!