Quavo and former NBA player Kendrick Perkins fixed their problem.
Migos rapper finally took on Big Perk on ESPN on Thursday June 10 First take after the two blows exchanged on social networks last week.
In the sports program, Quavo was asked why he called out the former Cleveland Cavaliers player on the track “Fuck 12”, from his debut solo album of 2018, Quavo Honcho. The Atlanta rapper replied that he was rapping clear facts when he rhymed, “Don’t play, Kendrick Perkins (Aye)” in reference to the fact that Perkins wasn’t playing at all during the Cleveland Cavaliers playoffs until in the 2018 NBA Finals, as outlined in Deadspin yesterday (June 9).
Quavo added that when Perkins criticized his measurements on the song, he had to respond with a Perkins meme receiving an uppercut with an emoji fist.
But Big Perk didn’t have it. He told Quavo that when he played for the Boston Celtics, he was putting up some big stats.
“When I was working you probably still had Similac on your breath when I was helping the Celtics make it to the final,” he said.
“At the end of the day, when I was working, I was doing my thing,” Perkins added.
After a few minutes of back and forth, Quavo was able to reverse his disagreement with Perkins.
“All jokes aside, that’s never a problem with Big Perk, man,” he said. “Everything is love. It was just a bar. “
Quavo, which is a pretty good basketball player himself, even said he would make a song for Perkins’ kids, because they love his famous line on “Fuck 12”.
“We can deal with this like men,” he said.
“It’s all love, there was no beef. If it was beef, we would have made burgers,” Perkins added.
You can watch Quavo and Kendrick Perkins swap a photo on ESPN First take below.
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