Chief Keef beefs with Migos at Saturday concert in Washington D.C.

SHARE Chief Keef beefs with Migos at Saturday concert in Washington D.C.
SHARE Chief Keef beefs with Migos at Saturday concert in Washington D.C.

It’s not Tupac and Biggie, but a beef became even more heated between Chief Keef and his Glory Boyz Entertainment (GBE) crew and Migos. The rappers have been in a war of words for the past year, and on Saturday night, things turned even uglier.

While Migos was performing in a Washington D.C. club Saturday night, the two factions allegedly got in a brawl, in which AllHipHop.com describes as bloody.

Chief Keef posted a picture to his Instagram account, which is now deleted, of him holding a chain belonging to Quavo, but the post didn’t specify if Chief Keef had taken it, or if it was another member of his group.

The war of words between the two groups has become more heated on Twitter in the past week, and started when Chief Keef lifted lyrics from Migos’ “Offset” as a dis to his daughter last year.

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