Migos Releases Chief Keef Diss Track ‘Jealousy’
This week brings us another Chief Keef-related beef. While tension still remains between he and Soulja Boy, Chief Keef has now become involved in a feud with Atlanta group Migos. The beef has traveled from social media to song, as Migos releases a diss track called ‘Jealousy.’
The track, produced by Murda, leaves no question about Migos’s intentions or target. Over a pensive instrumental, the duo fires shots like, “Ain’t never did a sneak diss / ‘Cause my hitmen quick to put you on that hitlist,” and, “I’m gettin’ that cheddar my life is so better, f— n—a mad ’cause I’m a trendsetter.”
Offset of Migos was offended and responded with a deleted tweet saying, “Will b in Chiraq Next Week Pull Up @ChiefKeef,” insinuating that they meet up face-to-face. Chief Keef later followed the perceived threat with some violent, gun-related threats of his own. The Chicago rapper also Instagrammed a photo of an affiliate claiming Migos got robbed while in Memphis.
Not entertaining rap beef ima street nigga u lil boys is rappers !!!! Dis was yo dream !!!!! Dis was my way out
— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) December 6, 2013
Of course, the new diss track may be counterproductive to ending the beef.
Migos will release ‘YRN 2′ in Jan. 2014.
Listen to Migos’s ‘Jealousy’