Migos Drops Out Of Governors Ball Amid Breakup Rumors

Migos is once again fueling rumors of a breakup after pulling out of his performances at this weekend’s Governors Ball.

Just days before they were scheduled to take to the stage, the festival tweeted that Offset, Quavo and Takeoff would not be performing “due to circumstances beyond our control.” Instead, Lil Wayne will replace the group on Friday, June 10.
The announcement followed rumors that the trio could disband after Quavo unfollowed Offset on Instagram, while Offset unfollowed both Quavo and Takeoff. In addition to speculation, Quavo and Takeoff left their new collaboration “Hotel Lobby” as a new duo named Unc and Phew.

Despite the rumors, a label representative from Migos claims the band did not disband, telling TMZ that they canceled the Governors Ball because Quavo was filming a movie and were unable to work according to his schedule. It was recently reported that Quavo will star in the feature action thriller Takeover.

Offset And Cardi B Have Unfollowed Migos

Offset and Cardi B have vaguely stopped following Migos. This led to breakup rumors among the Atlanta group.

According to Newsweek, Migos members broke up with Quavo and Takeoff by pulling off the chase. The story goes like this.

There was no statement from the group that they went their separate ways. This made their fans, who loved them, very worried. Quavo and Takeoff announced on Friday, May 20, that they will be releasing new music as a duo named Unc and Phew.

The project released a snippet called “Hotel Lobby” at the end of April. It’s no secret to Migos fans, but there’s no confirmation that Migos is well done as a trio. Let’s see what will be the end of this story.

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