"You fumbled, going out sad, I'm watching you crumble"— Quavo responds to Chris Brown with fiery diss track of his own  

Quavo releases Chris Brown diss track following latter
Quavo releases Chris Brown diss track following latter's Weakest Link song drop (Image via quavohuncho and chrisbrownofficial/Instagram)

The feud between Migos rapper Quavo and Chris Brown has intensified as the former released a diss track titled Over H*es & Bit*hes on Monday, April 22. This came after the latter threw shade at the former in his song Weakest Link. The two have been in a tiff since 2017, as Quavo was rumored to be in a relationship with Brown’s ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran.

Quavo took the opportunity to attack Chris Brown with his latest track. The cover art for the single showed an animated image of the former choking the latter. The photoshopped picture originates from a viral 2018 image that showed Brown choking a woman.

In his latest diss track, Quavo brought up Karrueche Tran. Quavo, whose real name is Quavious Keyate Marshall, crooned—

“Lil’ boy wanna die ‘bout some co*chie? (Bow)/ You still f**ked up ‘bout Karrueche? (Da*n)/ You tried to beat up Teyana, (No cap) but Usher wouldn’t let you do it (Usher)/ The cocaine got ‘em, your honor (White), bipolar disorder, no wonder/ You was the greatest, n**ga, you fumbled, going out sad, I’m watching you crumble.”

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In his initial verses of Over H*es & Bit*hes, Marshall also taunted Brown by mentioning Fenty Beauty founder Rihanna, whom Brown allegedly physically assaulted. Marshall sang—

“You been f**ked your bag up when you punched Rih in the face/ Talking ‘bout Fashion Week, you sparing who?/ Come punch me in my face.”

The Migos rapper also recollected Brown’s 2013 physical altercation with Frank Ocean and Brown’s 2015 home invasion by rapping—

“It ain’t nun’ but a fade, you know you lost to Frank/ N**gas ran in your house, tied up your aunt ‘cause you ain’t pay (Auntie)/ This bullet got your name (Chris)/ Don’t even bring up Take, p***y.”

In 2013, the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department revealed that Ocean and Brown were involved in a battery case where Brown was the suspect, with Ocean being the alleged victim, who was taken to the hospital for minor scratches. The police department reported that the duo likely got into a tense argument “over a parking space.”

Quavo also rapped about Brown’s San Fernando Valley resident being robbed by three armed men. It was reported that Brown’s aunt was held at gunpoint and locked in the closet as Brown’s house was ransacked.

The Migos rapper also called Brown “crackhead Michael Jackson.”

In response to the track, Brown took to his Instagram story to say—

“Google Rap THAT SH*T IS POOOOOOOH Damn and I was excited.. that s*t don’t even need a response Takeoff rap better”
Chris Brown responds to the track on his Instagram story (Image via chrisbrownofficial/Instagram)
Chris Brown responds to the track on his Instagram story (Image via chrisbrownofficial/Instagram)

Chris Brown and Quavo's feud explained in brief

The beef between Marshall and Chris Brown intensified after the latter released the track Freak earlier this month, where he took shots at the former. In response, Marshall released Tender. Over the weekend, the Brown released Weakest Link in response yet again.

In Weakest Link, Brown rapped about wanting to fight the Migos rapper but deciding not to do so as he does not “wanna f**k the money up.”

This is not the first time the duo have taken shots at each other. Following the BET Awards in 2017, Migos found themselves in an altercation with one of Brown’s crew members, who allegedly instigated a fight with Marshall by pushing him.

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It remains unclear as to whether Brown will release another track in response to Over H*es & Bit*hes.

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