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Rapper Offset, left, showed his support for fellow Migos group member Quavo Huncho, right, following the rapper's embarrassing elevator altercation with ex-girlfriend Saweetie.

Offset and Quavo are pictured in 2019 with group member Takeoff, center, who keeps a low public profile.

You know the story: TMZ obtained exclusive video that shows Quavo and Saweetie fighting over a Call of Duty video game case inside an elevator. The fight took place sometime last year at her apartment complex in Cali.

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After video of the fight leaked, Offset 'liked' an Instagram comment by rapper Trouble that read:

"@quavohuncho innocent! Ain gon say it noooo moi!... Afta sh swung on em dawg even used da same call of duty case to hold da door open for da lady to get up an walk out. Yall Brazy af man [sic]."

The video shows Quavo struggling with Saweetie over a video game case.

She swings at him and he spins her around and drags her into the elevator, where she fell.

After the elevator reached her floor, Quavo held the door open with the Call of Duty case so she could pick herself up off the floor and limp off the elevator.

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Fans took Saweetie's side in the drama. They say she rightfully dumped Quavo after she found out he cheated on her.

She's 27 years old and her biological clock is ticking. She needs a mature man to raise a family with, not a boy who fights over video games.
 

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Rapper Offset is being sued by a luxury car dealership for reportedly losing one of their Bentley automobiles.

Platinum Transportation Group in Los Angeles gave the Migos rapper every opportunity to return a Bentley he rented in 2020. But, so far, Offset has failed to deliver the vehicle.

The exotic car dealership filed a lawsuit against Offset, according to documents obtained by TMZ.

PTG executives claim they rented a 2020 Bentley Bentayga to Offset for a couple days. The rapper asked for an extension of his contract and the terms were extended until late July.

But, after his lease was up on July 25th, Offset stopped making the rental payments.

PTG contacted him, and they were surprised to learn that he no longer had the car in his possession.

The dealership filed a police report declaring the luxury vehicle stolen.

It's not every day that a rapper losses a Bentley. So far, no charges have been filed.

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Rappers Lil Durk (red jacket) and Pooh Shiesty (black bubble jacket) filmed a music video in a packed Chicago nightclub this week. Chicago is one of the cities still on lockdown 10 months after the Corona hysteria first swept America.

In this photo from the music video, filmed inside a Chicago nightclub, no one is wearing a face mask or social distancing.

Okayplayer tackled the "skepticism... displayed within hip-hop circles" in an article titled "Hip-Hop Has An Anti-Vaccine problem."

Young people live in an era of rising death counters, mask mandates and state lockdowns that are unprecedented in modern history.

The youth are reminded daily of "overwhelmed" hospitals and "surging cases" of Covid-19. But the male-dominated hip-hop industry continues to thrive despite the Corona fear mongering.

Rappers such as Royce da 5'9", Freddie Gibbs, and Nas thumb their noses at vaccines. Their respective albums and EPs contain tracks with recurring themes of general distrust of the government and vaccine manufacturers.

Royce da 5'9"'s Grammy-nominated album The Allegory contains a track titled "Tricked," in which the 43-year-old links the flu vaccines to autism.

"From day one at the hospital they target our children/Say they gonna immunize 'em they somehow get autism."

On the song "FUBU," he raps: "My son got autism from injection by syringes."

In an interview with Complex.com, Royce didn't apologize for his anti-vaxx views, which he says are not dangerous.

"It's not a danger, because I'm speaking the facts," he said. "People who are against the anti-vaxxers, where are their facts at? What facts do they have? Was there something that America told them? Because I operate under the edict that America is guilty until proven innocent."

Last year, Freddie Gibbs, Killer Mike, and Pusha T collaborated on the track "Palmolive," which contains this rap by Gibbs: "Maxine Waters, f**k your poison, keep your vaccines off us."

Nas's anti-vaccine lyrics date back to 2001's classic Stillmatic. on the song "What Goes Around," he rapped: "doctors injectin' our infants with the poison."

Newcomer rapper NLE Choppa also uses his platform to spread his anti-vaxx views.

"Stay away from the vaccines, I repeat stay away from THEM VACCINES," the 18-year-old tweeted on Dec. 13.

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Atlanta-based rapper Offset, of the group Migos, expressed his distrust of Pfizer's vaccine, which was approved by the FDA for emergency use on Dec. 11.

Offset referenced a viral photo that shows three out of 4 vaccine recipients who allegedly contracted Bell's palsy after getting the vaccines. But the photo has since been debunked.

Rap legend Pete Rock questioned the legitimacy of giving vaccines to healthy people who aren't at risk for the virus.

"Vaccine shit is real stupid. How you giving vaccine to people who arent sick?" he tweeted.
 

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Rapper Offset plans to say 'no thanks' to the coronavirus mRNA vaccine when it becomes available to the public this week.

The FDA approved Pfizer's messenger Ribonucleic Acid (mRNA) vaccine last week, and the first shipment of 6.4 million vials left a Michigan factory on Sunday, Dec. 13.

The first American to take the vaccine (outside of clinical trials) is an intensive care nurse in New York City on Monday, Dec. 14.

Other nurses and doctors are not so eager to take an mRNA vaccine because it is not fully tested and has never been approved for human use before.

The FDA approved the Rona vaccine for "emergency use," meaning the vaccine manufacturers were allowed to skip the crucial animal testing phase (more on that later).

TMZ caught up with rapper Offset, of the group Migos, and asked him whether he planned to take the vaccine.

Offset clearly did his research. He noted the four trial participants who were diagnosed with Bell's palsy, which causes temporary paralysis of facial nerves.

Offset said he doesn't want to be a "test bunny." He has a point there. Pharmaceutical companies reportedly had issues getting SARS-Cov-2 (coronavirus) vaccines to market 10 years ago -- because the lab animals had a habit of dying.

Watch Offset's response below.
 


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Cardi B filed a motion to dismiss her petition for divorce from her cheating husband, Offset.

TMZ reports Cardi filed docs in Georgia to officially dismiss the divorce she set in motion back in September. Cardi was dragged on social media by fans who accused her of pulling a stunt.

Cardi took to social media recently to deny rumors that her divorce action was just a stunt to keep her relevant amid the coronavirus outbreak. She then deactivated her Twitter account.

She has up to 30 days after deactivation to restore her Twitter account or it will be deleted permanently.

According to TMZ, Cardi filed her dismissal "without prejudice" -- which is legal jargon for reserving the right to file the divorce again at a later date.

It's the second time she's changed her mind about leaving Offset. Although, she didn't actually file divorce papers the first time.

A judge still has to sign off on the dismissal to make it final -- for now.
 

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Rapper Offset was arrested while live-streaming himself driving through a pro-Trump rally on Saturday. The Migos rapper was pulled over by Beverly Hills police after he drove through a crowd of Trump supporters and allegedly waved a handgun.

Police surrounded Offset's vehicle with guns drawn. The rapper, who was born Kiari K. Cephus, refused orders to take his hand off his steering wheel and turn off the engine.

Offset: "I'm not finna do that."

Cop: "Why not?"

"Because you got guns out. I'm not finna move my hands from my steering wheel."

Offset live-streamed the traffic stop, telling police "Do you know who I am? I'm Offset from the Migos!"

When a female officer told him he was seen waving a gun in the air, Offset said, "You just watched somebody beat my car up with a flag. What are you talking about?"

Another officer approached the car, reached in the driver's side window and unlocked the car door. The officer then snatched Offset out of the vehicle.

The Beverly Hills police confirmed they detained a man for pointing a gun at Trump supporters who attended a large rally on Saturday.

Offset is best known for being married to rapper Cardi B.
 

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Cardi B has temporarily deactivated her Twitter account after blasting teenagers who criticized her for taking her cheating husband back.

Twitter allows users to temporarily deactivate their accounts for 30 days before the account is deleted permanently.

Before deactivating her account, Cardi, 28, threw a temper tantrum on Instagram Live, attacking teens who continue to ridicule her for reuniting with the Migos rapper a month after filing for divorce.

"A whole bunch of 15-year-olds telling me how to live my life like I'm mother f**king Ariana Grande or something. Like I came from Disney or something.

"I'm so tired of people saying I've got to continuously explain myself. I didn't put my divorce out there, a f**king court clerk put it out there, and because people are making rumors up, 'Oh, this guy has a girl pregnant', I have to address it."

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Cardi also slammed fans for criticizing serial cheater, Offset: "Then you guys want to be harassing this n**ga. Bro, if I work things out, why are you going to this n**ga's Twitter to harass him? That don't make no f**king sense.

"Y'all want to call yourself fans, I don't give a f**k. I'm tired of it. I do whatever the f**k I want to do. I love my fans and I'm grateful and thankful for what you do but some of y'all really be acting like I be sleeping with y'all. Offset is not the only f**king problem that I deal with. To be honest with you, my marriage is one of the least worries that I have right now."

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The couple reconciled over Cardi's birthday weekend and were spotted kissing and hugging in a series of photographs. But fans weren't buying it. They accused Cardi and Offset of staging their "divorce" because both fell off during the coronavirus lockdown.

Days later, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper confirmed they were back together, stating: "One day I'm happy, the next day I wanna beat a n**ga up... Then it's like, I start missing. It's really hard not to talk to your best friend. It's really hard to have no d**k."

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Cardi B confessed to being the abusive partner in her marriage. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper proudly says she does the punching and slapping in her household.

Cardi recently reunited with her husband, serial cheater Offset, after she filed for divorce last month.

"It's hard not to talk to your best friend. You know what I'm saying? It is really hard to not talk to your best friend. [We're] two young motherf**krs that got married early. That's just what we are. We're no different than y'all's dysfunctional a** relationships."

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When a fan insinuated that Offset was abusive and beat the brakes off of her, Cardi snapped back, "Abusive? Girl I'm the one that do the hitting and the s*** talking. Im just a crazy b**** one day I wanna smack a nikka next week I wanna ride his face and get the c** rag. Ya be tryin to analyze too much we are simply dysfunctional."

Sources say Cardi fell out with her bisexual sister, Hennessy, because she caught Offset between Hennessy's thighs.

Offset and Cardi, both 28, share 2-year-old daughter Kulture. The Migos rapper is also dad to two sons, Jordan and Kody, and a daughter, Kalea Marie.

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Cardi B got cold feet and called off her divorce from rapper Offset. Cardi took to Instagram on Thursday to confirm she and Offset have reunited.

But she wasn't free from criticism. She slammed claims that the divorce filing was a publicity stunt.

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"Listen y'all, I'm just a crazy bitch. You know how I be arguing with y'all on social media? That's exactly how we are, between me and my man. So when people be saying I be doing s--t for attention, with this and that, no, I'm just a crazy bitch."

The mom-of-one suggested she took her cheating husband back because good d--k is hard to come by (pun not intended).

"One day I'm happy, the next day I wanna beat a n—a up," she said. "I just be starting to miss [him]... It's hard not to talk to your best friend. It's really hard not to talk to your best friend. And it's really hard to have no d–k."

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Cardi was candid about her materialism after it was revealed that she accidentally leaked a photo of her boobs on OnlyFans while laying in bed next to Offset.

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"People been saying that I took him back like I'm materialistic," Cardi said, regarding Offset's birthday gifts for Cardi — a Rolls-Royce truck and custom leather, $8,000 car-seat for their daughter Kulture.

"I do like material things, I like material things and everything, but I just didn't ... What do you want me to do? The n---a gave me a Rolls-Royce and I snub him?"

She added: "And I really wanted some d–k for my birthday. We're just really typical, two young motherf---as who got married early, that's what we are. We're not no different than y'all f—in' dysfunctional a-- relationships. We're the same way. We're just more public," she concluded.

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Rapper Cardi B (left) has a legal battle on her hands after calling a group of Long Island beachgoers "racist MAGA supporters" in an edited video shared to her social media pages.

Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina (right), and her girlfriend, model Michelle Diaz, got into a heated argument with the group on Sept. 6 over a parking space at Smith Point Beach.

One of the men they were arguing with wore a red 'Make America Great Again' hat during the altercation and, taking to social media, the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker raged: "not only you got racist mags supporters that are linching [sic], racist cop shootings and killing black men all cause their leader make them feel like they could do so."

Cardi wrote in broken English:

"My sister couldn't even park her car today with out this man harassing her girlfriend soon as the camera cane out they started being sweet .TGIS BRAVENESS IS COMING FROM THEIR LEADERS ENERGY. [sic]"

In the lawsuit, which also names Carolina and Diaz as defendants, the beachgoers allege the two women harassed them — and then defamed them by posting edited video and commentary about the altercation on social media, ABC 7 New York reported.

"These peaceful Suffolk County residents were quietly enjoying a Sunday at the Smith Point beach with their families, when rap celebrity Hennessy Carolina suddenly approached them, raging, spitting, insulting, assaulting, defaming and threatening them, all the while videotaping them because one of them wore a MAGA hat," the plaintiffs' attorney, John Ray, explained.

"Then Hennessy, Cardi B and celebrity model Michelle Diaz deviously edited the videotape and published the edited version all over social media, across the world for all to see, and maliciously falsely labeled these residents and their families as 'n****s' and as racists," Ray said.

In an audio recording explaining the fight, Hennessy claimed two men told her and her girlfriend to "go to your f**king country." The men targeted them, she added, because they "saw us parking here and we were speaking Spanish and we're mixed".

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In unrelated news, Cardi accused video blogger Tasha K of continuing a pattern of harassment against her after the vlogger claimed Cardi's estranged husband, Offset, impregnated a groupie.

Cardi filed for divorce from Offset after the rapper allegedly cheated on her.