Migos speak on their new track "Jealousy," and whether or not it should be taken as a Chief Keef diss.
A couple weeks back, Chief Keef called out Atlanta's Migos on Twitter for "sneak dissin'". Since then, two tracks have surfaced that allegedly address the beef, GBE rapper Ballout's "Goin In," and Migos own, "Jealousy". While the latter of the two songs is not a direct diss by any means, it does address 'sneak disses,' and thus MTV asked the trio about the target of the song in a recent interview.
“I mean, like your Momma used to say, if the shoe fits,” said Quavo on whether the track was a response to Keef. Fellow member Takeoff then weighed in; "You know, people gonna take it however they gonna take it and put it however they wanna put it."
Quavo then clarified that if the group really wanted to address Keef, they would use his name. "If you listen to the song, it's self-explanatory,” he said. “If [I'mma] do one, [I'mma] say ya name to keep it one hundred. Ain't no need for me to be sneak-dissin’...We don't do no sneak-dissin'.”
Offset later chimed in on first seeing Keef's tweet. “Honestly, it caught us by surprise."
Watch the full interview below.