Kendrick Perkins confronts Quavo on ‘First Take’ over tune lyric

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Kendrick Perkins and Quavo squashed their insisted “non-beef” on nationwide tv – with comedic outcomes.

The NBA champion and Migos member went at it on ESPN’s “First Take” on Thursday, the place the rapper was readily available to advertise the group’s new “Culture III” album.

“First Take” hosts Molly Qerim Rose and Max Kellerman requested Quavo what his “beef” with Perkins was about on the present.

“I don’t got no beef man. He must’ve felt some type of way since I dropped them bars, and ever since then, he was saying my bars is weak, and I’m just stating facts,” Quavo stated, referencing the time he rapped about Perkins on the tune, “F–k 12,” from his 2018 debut solo album, “Quavo Honcho.”

The lyrics included: “Every time your b—h phone when she workin’ / Get no playin’ time, Kendrick Perkins.”

Quavo defined on “First Take” that he had recorded the album throughout Cleveland’s sequence with the Raptors throughout the 2018 Japanese Convention playoffs, the place Perkins — as a spectator on the sidelines — received right into a verbal dispute with Drake.

Quavo and Drake are frequent collaborators and shut pals, and Quavo referenced the second on “F–k 12” as properly.

“You wanted to argue and wanted to fight. / Why you want to cause so much chaos if you ain’t playing? / If you ain’t playing you shouldn’t be trying to fight,” Quavo raps within the tune.

Perkins reminded Quavo on Thursday that although he wasn’t enjoying on the time, he was an essential participant for the Celtics earlier in his profession, together with on their 2007-08 championship workforce.

“Once I was placing in work, you most likely nonetheless had Similac in your breath once I was serving to the Celtics go to the Finals throughout that point,” Perkins stated.

Quavo and Perkins have gone tit for tat for years, and their back-and-forth made its resurgence this week when Quavo used a photo of Perkins with a fist emoji underneath his chin to advertise Migos’ new album.

Perkins hit back with, “Thank God you’re back with the Migos because this photoshop uppercut is as close as you’ll ever get to a hit as a solo artist! Carry on…”

Quavo attends the Grammy Awards in 2020.
Quavo attends the Grammy Awards in 2020.
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In 2019, Perkins referenced the lyrics in an interview on “Fair Game with Kristine Leahy” and stated he virtually “got into it” with Quavo.

“He tried to diss me… so I was like, ‘Uh, no and you need to stick to staying with the Migos and not going solo. I kinda wanted to fire back because his album flopped anyway,” he stated, including, “It was trash.”

Perkins went on to clarify that his function on the finish of his profession was to be a “locker room” man versus enjoying extra minutes. He retired in April 2019.

By the top of his “First Take” look, Quavo decided there’s by no means been unhealthy blood with Perkins.

“All jokes aside, it ain’t ever beef with Big Perk and it’s all love… it’s all respect,” he stated.

“If we had beef, we would’ve made hamburgers,” Perkins replied. “It’s no beef, it’s just a little boxing and I’m all cool with it.”




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