Big Boi clarifies that what he had said about Andre 3000 being "too busy" to record a feature was sarcasm, and there is no beef between the two rappers.
However, Big Boi was quick to clarify that there is no beef whatsoever between the two, and that everyone took what he said seriously when he was only joking around.
On Twitter the rapper said he would no longer be answering questions about Outkast after the misunderstanding, "The Gillete Statement was me being Sarcastic, man y'all slow as hell, No Beef between me and Stacks. No More Outkast ?'s will be answered," he tweeted.
On MTV's RapFix Live he echoed similar sentiments, "I was being sarcastic and they took it and ran with it," he continued, "It was a vicious misunderstanding, how my man ain't gonna be on my album to do a shaving commercial? Get the fuck outta here."
He assured fans that things are all good between the Outkast members, "Yeah, for sure, we're good. That's my brother, man. Y'all don't see us. We do us," he said. "So people want an Outkast album so bad they'll stir up somethin' but you can't break that bond."
The Gillete Statement was me being Sarcastic, man y'all slow as hell, No Beef between me and Stacks. No More Outkast ?'s will be answered— Big Boi (@BigBoi) November 14, 2012