AceShowbiz - It appears that there's a tension brewing Offset and Lil Baby. The husband of Cardi B has reportedly been jumped and robbed by the "Sum 2 Prove" rapper's crew outside of the popular Atlanta nightspot Compound.
The popular Instagram blog On Site reports that Lil Baby's entourage ran down on Offset with guns. They allegedly beat him up and stripped him off his clothes, leaving him in just his underwear. "The streets are alleging - in unconfirmed rumors - #NCISLA guest star #Offset got beat down, robbed and stripped down to his boxers by members in #LilBaby's #4PF camp," read the report.
According to the sources, Offset tried to pay them off to keep them quiet about the alleged incident, which took place last Saturday, February 29. Lil Baby, however, reportedly was not present when it happened.
Rumor has it that the two have been on bad terms for some time now because Quality Control boss Pierre "Pee" Thomas has favored Lil Baby over Offset and his group Migos, seeing the younger star as having bigger potential in the future. Seemingly confirming their feud, they have unfollowed each other on social media.
Someone additionally claimed that it wasn't the first time the alleged beef between Offset and Lil Baby turned physical, saying that they fought outside the source's store "like 2 months ago."
Neither Offset nor Lil Baby has addressed the attack report. The former has instead been hyping up his upcoming guest-starring appearance on "NCIS: Los Angeles", which marks his first acting gig. On Tuesday, March 3, the 28-year-old star posted his photo from the set of the CBS police procedural drama series.
"Thank you the cast of @ncisla. Thanks @llcoolj for being a man of his word," he wrote in the caption. "Thank @ncisdir n Scott who wrote me in the storyline this was one of my biggest moves of my career in my opinion this showed the world that they can’t put me in a box or keep me trapped in one work place thank God also for giving me the opportunity to present another talent of mine and never last is my die hard real fans."