Quavo Shares Cryptic Post After Chris Brown Released New Diss Track
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The Migos star appears to respond to the RnB singer's latest diss track, in which he insinuates that he was sleeping with the rapper's ex, Saweetie while they were still dating.

AceShowbiz - Quavo has seemingly caught wind of Chris Brown's latest diss. The Migos star shared a cryptic post on social media after Breezy released a new single titled "Weakest Link" on Friday, April 19.

Making use of Instagram Story, the 33-year-old unleashed a picture of Young Thug in court for the ongoing YSL RICO trial. In the snap, which has gone viral due to its resemblance to a trope popularized by the mockumentary sitcom "The Office", showed Thugger staring straight into the camera while looking fed up.

On "Weakest Link", Breezy insinuates that he was sleeping with Saweetie while she was dating Quavo. "You f**ked my ex-ho that's cool, ion give no f**ks lil n***a/ Cause I f**ked yo' ex when you was still with her I'm up lil n***a," the 34-year-old sings on the tune. "They say revenge is sweet, now think about that s**t/ Don't let that line go over your head, I might just sing about that s**t."

Saweetie herself has reacted to being mentioned on the track. In two tweets, the femcee suggested both her awareness of the impending diss and her readiness to musically retaliate. Her intention to "rewrite these nani verses" hinted at a fiery comeback when she drops her new single "Nani", stirring excitement and curiosity among her fans.

Just one week earlier, Breezy dropped "Freak" ft. Lil Wayne, Joyner Lucas and Tee Grizzley. On the song, he spits, "OK, now f**kin' my old b***es ain't gone make us equal/ Sippin' that 1942 'cause I don't do no Cuervo/ Freak b***h, she like Casamigos not the Migos."

In response, Quavo came up with his own diss track, "Tender". He rhymes, "You did the b***h wrong and now the b***h gone, she posted with a thug (Yeah, with a thug)."

Quavo continues, "Call the b***h phone, she won't come home, don't beat her up (Don't beat her up)/ It must be the drugs (It must be the drugs), need to cross out your plug, yeah-yeah." The lines prompted many social media users to assume that he was taking aim at Chris by making references to his nemesis' violence toward women in the past and alleged drug use.

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