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Fans Suspect The Migos Are Broken Up After Offset & Cardi B Unfollow Quavo & Takeoff

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The end of the Migos rap trio could be creeping close after Offset and his wife Cardi B unfollowed both Quavo and Takeoff on IG. Some fans believe this big announcement is what triggered them.

The Migos have been a staple in mainstream hip-hop ever since exploding on the scene in 2013 with "Versace" and their signature triplet flow. They also helped put a spotlight on Atlanta's fresh wave of talent led by Young Thug and, later, Lil Baby, Gunna, 21 Savage, Lil Yachty and more.

But their status as a group seems to be up in the air. A fan posted a few screenshots showing that neither Offset nor Cardi B follow Migos members Quavo and Takeoff on IG anymore. Not to mention that as the news has spread, Set hasn't bothered to offer a statement yet.

Adding an extra layer of suspicion is that Huncho and Take unveiled a joint single called "Hotel Lobby," which dropped without Offset. The duo even introduced new nicknames – "Unc" and "Phew" – nodding to Quavo's position as Takeoff's uncle. (Quavo and Offset are cousins.)

"Do This S**t For The Fam Cuz This Shh Bigger Than Me!!! Naw Fr," Quavo cryptically captioned a recent IG clip.

There have been a handful of instances where the Migos were separated over the years but never like this. Recall that in 2016, Takeoff didn't appear on their 4x Platinum hit "Bad and Boujee." Akademiks then brought up the idea that he was "left off" the song and a fight almost broke out at the BET Awards.

Migos' last album 'Culture III' was released close to a year ago, debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200 chart with 130k equivalent units sold. They looked tight during the rollout, filming music videos and interviews together. Still, they've been placing more focus on their solo material since.

That's especially true for Quavo, who dropped a bouncy track called "Shooters Inside My Crib" in January.