Quavo Denies Referencing Lil Peep's Drug Overdose Death On "Big Bro"

Quavo has obtained criticism from Lil Peep’s followers and mates for his Quavo Huncho reduce “Big Bro,” which incorporates lyrics that mirror the circumstances Peep’s demise. The Migos member has addressed the state of affairs and denied the traces had been about Peep, who died from a Fentanyl and Xanax overdose in 2017.

“Lil Peep Is A Legend A Real Rockstar,” he wrote on Twitter. “N E V E R will converse on the deceased I consider in god I pray to GOD daily. I Dnt query GOD plans I misplaced my barber For 10 yrs to FENTANYL R.I.P. Show R.I.P XXX RIP TO ANYBODY WHO LOST THERE LIFE TO DRUG ABUSE!”

The traces in query come from the primary verse “Big Bro.” Quavo raps, “Think you popping Xanax bars, nevertheless it’s Fentanyl/(No-no bars, it’s Fentanyl)/Think you’re residing life like rockstars however you’re lifeless now.”

Smokeasac, Bexey and Fat Nick had been amongst Peep’s mates and collaborators who took problem with the lyrics. Most their essential tweets about Quavo have been deleted following his clarification. All three shared optimistic messages in response to the Migos member.

“ITS ALL LOVE, I JUMPED TO CONCLUSIONS CAUSE I’M HURT,” Bexey wrote. “THANK YOU FOR BEING REAL & EXPLAINING THIS SHIT.. RESPECT.”

Smokeasac added, “I received mad respect for you for popping out with this assertion. We wanted to listen to it. It’s all love now! Thank you for clearing this up @QuavoStuntin actual one.”