Joe Budden Isn't Apologetic About Altercation With The Migos On 'Everyday Struggle'
"F**k all of y'll. Y'all can get up. Y'all do not have to sit here. I didn't want to talk to y'all anyway," Budden says.
Joe Budden may have found himself at the center of most Twitter debates over his faceoff with Migos at the 2017 BET Awards, but he doesn't seem too bothered by what went down. During the latest episode of Everyday Struggle on June 27, Budden cleared up what happened between the two parties and shared his current feelings about rap's hottest trio.
The Migos pull up to the Everyday Struggle makeshift set at the 1:16:44 mark. The interview lasts just under three minutes before Budden gets frustrated and throws down his microphone and walks out of view of the camera. Offset, Quavo and Takeoff took great offense to the gesture.
On today's episode of Everyday Struggle (June 27), Budden shared that he never wanted to interview the rap trio because he's "never seen a good Migos interview" and while he recognizes that his actions were disrespectful, an apology did not pass his lips.
"I'm not saying it wasn't wrong my behavior," he says. "I'm not saying it wasn't disrespectful. It was. I'm telling you that at some point it stops being about knowing right or wrong and it starts to become, "Is it worth it?" It 100 percent is worth it to me to let these little diva n***as know that I don't give two f**ks about none of this Migos sh*t. None of this sh*t. Y'all sitting here giving n***as y'all a** to kiss. I'm not with it. I don't care about your super stardom. I don't care about your success. F**k all of y'll. Y'all can get up. Y'all do not have to sit here. I didn't want to talk to y'all anyway."
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