In 2017, we couldn't escape memes about that tense BET Awards moment between Migos, Joe Budden, & DJ Akademiks.
Link Copied to Clipboard! Share this page In 2017, we couldnt escape memes about that tense BET Awards moment between Migos, Joe Budden, & DJ Akademiks. One of the most recognized memes in Hip Hop arrived courtesy of the 2017 BET Awards. Rap is known for its tense moments, especially among rappers, but it came as a surprise when an interview with the Migos almost went left on the red carpet. Complex Newss Navendra Alexis joined Everyday Struggles Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks at the event, and as they chatted with some of the industrys biggest hitmakers, things went left. In the infamous clip, Akademiks called Migos one of his favorites causing a disillusioned Budden to walk off. The Migos stood up and looked like they were ready for whatever was about to go down, but thankfully, it passed without issue. That didnt stop the fallout, however, as comments and insults were later made. In a recent interview with Speedy Morman for Complex, Offset laughed about his participation in the near-fight, and over on Drink Champs, Takeoff and Quavo revisit the tense encounter. The whole time, though, that n*gga was trippin, said Quavo. Joe was trippin He was sittin up like he didnt want to interview us. We reading his body like, What the f*ck wrong with you. We was waiting on him to likeokay, we watchin him, we answering the questions. Joe aint sayin sh*t, we just here watching Joe like, What the f*ck he finna do.' A post shared by Drink Champs (@drinkchamps) asked me the questions, I cant really hear him, said Takeoff. Im the last seat on the end. He talking low, Im like, Yo, what you say? By the second time, third timeI heard him probably the second time. I just want him to repeat it again. Takeoff also suggested that he was irritated with the question regarding whether or not he was left off of their smash his Bad & Boujee. Noreaga chimed in to say that when Budden dropped his mic and stormed off, it reminded him of the early 90s. Read more