The Migos had a great 2017 and were hopeful for picking up a GRAMMY or two. So hopeful that they think the academy cheated them by not giving them a single one at this year’s award show.
The ATL trios recently discussed losing to Kendrick Lamar at the award show, arguing that they were “cheated.” They were nominated for Best Rap Album for 2017’s “CULTURE” and Best Rap Performance for “Bad And Boujee,” losing out on both counts to Kendrick’s “DAMN,” and “HUMBLE.”
“They cheated us,” said Offset when NME asked how their experience was at the ceremony. “There was nothing bigger than the f**king ‘Culture’ album this whole last year!” added Quavo. “They’re scared to handle the three-headed monster… Ooh! [But] we’ll be back next year. “WE’LL BE F**KING BACK NEXT YEAR.”
Later in the interview, NME also asked them what fans should expect from the Atlanta trio in the future and if there will be a CULTURE III. Migos said: “The culture goes forever and we will never RIP the culture. You’re trying to figure out if the culture will live on through one, two, three, four, five, six – that we don’t know, we will make you WAIT ON IT. But the culture will not die, the culture will live forever.”