Atlanta rap trio Migos are celebrating big time. They went online to remember the three-year anniversary of the release of their project Culture II and also tease some new music.
Migos Remembers Culture II Anniversary
The official Migos account on Instagram put up a post commemorating the date. They also let it be known new music was on the way. Culture II debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and moved 199,000 units in its first week.
“3 Years Ago Culture II Dropped. We want to thank the fans and everyone on our team that helped us get to where we are today. New Music OTW So Stay Tuned! #Culture2Anniversary”
Offset Promises Culture III Nearing
Atlanta rapper Offset wants Migos fans to r-e-l-a-x. The hip-hop superstar has assured concerned supporters a much-needed and long-awaited Culture III album is still on deck. The Georgia native went to his Instagram page to reflect on the new year arriving and tease the follow-up project to 2018’s Culture II. Despite not giving a drop date, Offset vowed to soon have the album in fans’ hands.
“HAPPY NEW YEAR WE ON POSITIVE VIBES THIS YEAR !!!! Oh YEA CULTURE 3 SO SOON”
Off Takes Cardi B’s $650K B-Day Present Out
A few weeks ago, the Georgia native went to his Instagram page with a priceless shot of himself. The pic featured him matching with the color of his born day gift from wife Cardi B and kicking out some motivation to his followers.
“Talk behind my back cause you want my life But take that up with God he gave it to me” -Offset’s Instagram
Days prior, Offset shared footage of him losing his mind after Cardi surprised him with his whip.
“SVJ MY BODY Thank you bae @iamcardib”
Offset can’t believe his eyes. The rap superstar shares footage of his limited edition new whip purchased courtesy of his queen Cardi B. In celebration of his 29th birthday, Cardi dropped well over half a million dollars on the fancy vehicle.
Offset Responds To Snoop Dogg’s WAP Comments
Offset recently defended his queen. The rap star stepped up to address Snoop Dogg‘s publicized comments on Cardi B’s “WAP” anthem and he respectfully didn’t hold back by standing up for her.
“I love Snoop, man. She’s grown. I don’t get into female business – I hate when men do that because I don’t do that. I don’t care if a girl said something bad about me. I just don’t get into female business. I’m from the South, so maybe the rules and laws is different and then like, it’s entertainment, it’s the number one record.” (TMZ)