Migos’ Offset Says Chief Keef Can’t Come To Atlanta

Migos aren’t letting up on their growing beef with Chiraq rapper Chief Keef. Sneak dissing is now officially out of the equation after Migos rapper Offset openly called out Chief Keef by name in a new recorded track.

Offset lent a feature to Peewee Longway’s single “Too Dope” where he proclaims Sosa is not welcome in Atlanta.

“…I told you little n****s Chief Keef can’t come to my city,” he raps.

Offset’s direct diss follows Sosa’s two tracks “Mando” and “Pull Up” that subliminally took aim at the southern trio rap group.

Sosa’s leaked snippet of “Mando” appeared to be a jab at Migos’ hit song “Bando.”

In Mando, Sosa raps, “Mando, b*tch getting money Mando/N****s shooting up your bando/Mando, b—- I need my money pronto.”

Sosa released “Pull Up,” which seemingly mocked Migos.

In this 12-Hunna-produced single, Sosa raps, “Pull up in my M-6, in my M-1/Just hit my connect, say he got about 10 guns/Pull up in my 755 with 50 ones.”

Migos first told Sosa to “pull up” after all hell broke loose during their social media exchange in early December.

Chief Keef slammed the Migos for an alleged sneak diss in song “Brokanese.”

“Heard Migos sneak dissin No Talkin,” Sosa wrote.

Offset responded a short time later with a direct statement, telling Sosa to “pull up” when they land in “Chiraq” for a scheduled Dec. 21 performance.

“Will b in Chiraq Next Week Pull Up @ChiefKeef,” he wrote.

The remaining members Quavo and Takeoff issued a statement, writing, “Sneak Diss Who?? PULL UP!! #DNTTWEET PULL UP!!”

Sosa mocked the Atlanta-based rappers, writing, “Lol ‘Pull Up’ #CallMeSosaSanta.”

Migos went on to release the track “Jealousy.”

The group first goes on to say, “I ain’t never did a sneak diss/Call my hit man quick to put you on the hit list/ I guess they mad cause we young and rich/I guess they mad cause we f—– they b—-.”

Migos again slam notion they sneak dissed Chief Keef in a later verse, rapping, “F— n—- you saying we dissing/Mistletoe chopper, them bullets, come kiss em/Don’t enter our lot without no permission.

Migos then discredits Sosa and say they are on a mission to teach Glo Gang a lesson.

“You n—– ain’t relevant, p—-, they pecking that/Mellon, off with a veteran, and a pack on they measurements/You n—– got so much jealousy, I pick the pistol with felonies/N—-, I’mma have to teach you a lesson,” Migos rap.

Migos made their to way to California where Sosa is undergoing rehabilitation and again subliminally messaged the Interscope rapper, telling him to “pull up.”

“In Cali coolin

“All these rappers know they p****s anyway #F**kDaRapGame,” Migos wrote.

Offset echoed the abovementioned tweet on his Twitter account.

Migos went on to retweet a fan that tagged Glo Gang rapper BallOut in a tweet, writing, “Migos nem out N cali way?”

“Still in Cali #PullUp,” Migos added.

The singles “Mando” and “Pull Up” were released by Sosa despite his stance that he wouldn’t make any “diss songs.” He stated he would rather meet the Atlanta rappers in person.

“Finna hit The studio What y’all On? And no I don’t make diss Songs! Why do dat and You’ll see em Eventually,” he wrote.

Sosa’s “Pull Up” single may appear on his “Bang 3” project, which is slated to drop March 3.

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