Quavo Drops Scathing Chris Brown Diss "Over Hoes & B*tches"

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Quavo enlists the late Takeoff to take Breezy down.

Quavo didn't waste any time. Chris Brown escalated his beef with the Migos rapper on Friday by dropping the fiery diss track "Weakest Link." The R&B singer claimed he slept with Quavo's girlfriend when they were still together, and implied Quavo was the worst member of the aforementioned rap trio. The hip-hop world may have been taken aback by how nasty Brown got, but it seems like Quavo saw it coming. He dropped his response track, "Over Hoes & B*tches," on Monday night, and tried to make up for lost ground.

Quavo isn't alone on the diss. He uses unreleased vocals from Takeoff on the chorus, which is a direct response to a line in Brown's diss. In "Weakest Link," the R&B singer said that fans wished it was Quavo who died, and not Takeoff, so Quavo enlists the late great to shut him up. Takeoff provides some broad bars about Brown being a phony and fake tough guy, but it's Quavo's verses that take center stage. He blasts Brown for starting a feud over a woman, rapping: "P**sy, every time you see me, keep that energy, can't believe I gotta beat you 'bout some women beef."

Quavo Dubs Brown "Crackhead Michael Jackson"

There's some slick wordplay littered throughout the diss. Quavo accuses Brown of being a drug addict, going as far as to call him "Crackhead Michael Jackson." He dismisses the R&B singer of not being worth his time since he became a "junkie," and even alludes to Brown's struggles with mental health. "The cocaine got 'em, your honor," he raps on the track. "Bipolar disorder, no wonder. You was the greatest, n**ga, you fumbled, going out sad, I'm watching you crumble." It's mean, sure, but it does, admittedly, lack the specificity and punch of Brown's diss.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new diss, "Over Hoes & B*tches" by Quavo? Does Quavo gain the upper hand in the feud? Did he cross the line by mentioning Brown's alleged drug problems? Will Brown keep things going with another response? We want to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news on Quavo. Finally, stay with us for the most informative song posts throughout the week.

Quotable Lyrics:

Why they got Quavo out here going back and forth with a singer that turned to a junkie?
Never got light skin versus brown skin, n**ga finna divide the country (Go)
N**ga, you ain't been in the trenches
We stomping the yard, you know how that ended (Stomp)
Want smoke with me? Always beating, fighting over hoes and b*tches (Always beat)

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Danilo is a writer based out of San Diego. He graduated from the Art Institute of Tucson with a B.A. in digital media, and has since forged a career as a pop culture journalist. He covered hip-hop for Heavy.com, Rhyme Junkies and PopMatters prior to joining HotNewHipHop.com. Danilo's top five is constantly changing, but Biggie and Slug from Atmosphere remain permanent fixtures. His favorite rap album of all time is "Late Registration" by Kanye West, and that stays the same.