home for GQ’s May 2017 issue.
It was a momentous occasion for Quavo, who’s a fan of Iron Mike. “It’s beyond boxing,” he said. “I really feel like he a great guy.”
The interview also gave the Atlanta group a chance to address some rumors, including the fight-related one about their alleged beatdown of Sean Kingston.
“It wasn’t nothing crazy,” said Takeoff. “Then they go to putting the boost on it, just because I guess we got the name or whatever. Nothing actually happened. We actually came through and did what we had to do and left.”
“I don’t know nothing about no fight,” added Quavo. “Now we know. We new to this, so we don’t know. We up under this microscope now.”
Meanwhile, the interview allowed Offset to reflect on his past bouts with the legal system. “I ain’t get the opportunity to get coached until being a star,” he explained. “I came straight into this shit. The whole ‘Versace’ shit, I wasn’t in the video. I missed out on all that. I came home as a star. I had a lot of money. I was wilding, I was being young, I was just living and experiencing life, though. So I ain’t got no regrets. You got to grow up and mature when you see you’ve got something going for real.”
During Migos’ visit to Tyson’s home, they also saw his pigeon coop and tried on his championship belts. Plus, watch Mike’s talented young daughter impress Migos with her piano-playing skills.