A week after iLoveMakonnen took jabs at Migos in his recent Fader feature for their gay comments in Rolling Stone, the "Bad and Boujee" trio continue to stand behind the LGBT community.
In an interview with TMZ at Los Angeles International Airport, Migos briefly spoke on iLoveMakonnen's Fader feature and remained undeterred by his comments against them. "We make good music together," said Quavo. "I've made music with Makonnen, Frank Ocean. We all make great music. That's it."
As far as their original comments regarding Makonnen's decision to come out, the group said that their words were misconstrued. "A lot of people twist words up," said Offset. "They blew it out of proportion," added Takeoff.
Last week, Makonnen candidly spoke about his feelings toward Migos' comments in Rolling Stone and didn't hold back. "Did someone mention credible and not mention incredible? That's really my only comment," he said. "Was there not an 'in' front of that credible? You see how friends do in interviews. So it's like, oh well. With friends like these, who needs enemies. And now you gotta come back with some sorry a-- excuse. Nah. That's only 'cause you got the No. 1 record and you didn't wanna f--- it up," he added.
He continued, "[But] they ain't got no problem with gay people! They f---in' song is 'Versace'! Like, the f---! N---a, [Gianni] Versace is the gayest n---a. They ain't got issues with him, why they got issues with me?"
After Migos faced backlash over their initial comments, they also issued a statement: "We always been about being original and staying true. Staying true to yourself goes a long way. We are all fans of Makonnen's music and we wish he didn't feel like he ever had to hide himself. We feel the world is f---ed up that people feel like they have to hide and we're asked to comment on someone's sexuality."
Watch their run-in with TMZ below.