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Fans on X/Twitter claim Chris Brown’s “Weakest Link” diss track ended Migos rapper Quavo’s career.

Photos and videos show Quavo performing in front of a sparse crowd in Connecticut over the weekend.

Quavo was booked to perform at the Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater in Bridgeport. But video shows about 100 people at the front of the stage, while the rest of the arena is empty.

One fan speculated that Brown bought up all the tickets to Quavo’s concert. But there is no proof of that.

The logical explanation is that fans aren’t feeling Quavo’s music enough to spend money on him in today’s economy.
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Others speculated that Chris Brown “Ja Rule’d” Quavo by embarrassing him to the point that fans don’t want to be associated with the Migos rapper.

Chris and Quavo are beefing over their past relationships with Karrueche Tran.


Meanwhile, Karrueche is unbothered by the drama.

“I don’t feel, it is what it is, I’m living my life,” she told TMZ. “I’m working, paying my bills, taking time for myself and that’s all that matters… I ain’t got nothing to do with it.”

50 Cent allegedly bought up all of the front row tickets to a Ja Rule concert in 2018. He allegedly paid just $3,000 for 200 seats. But Ja Rule denied the rumor.

“It’s the dumbest sh*t ever, yo. But yeah, it’s cap. Never happened,” Ja Rule told HipHopDX.