Offset, from left, Quavo and Takeoff, of Migos, arrive at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Richard Shotwell | Invision | AP)
The 2017 BET Awards weekend was filled with drama.
Migos and Joe Budden clashed on the red carpet Sunday night during pre-show festivities at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The hip-hop trio, whose members include rappers Offset, Quavo and Takeoff, were talking about their hit song "Bad and Boujee" during a complex News interview when things got heated.
"I feel like that's a running joke ... with you being left off 'Bad and Boujee,'" DJ Akademiks said to Takeoff.
"I ain't left off 'Bad and Boujee.' You think I left off 'Bad and Boujee,'" the rapper replied, but Akademiks asked the Migos emcee to repeat himself over the noise.
Budden appeared to get frustrated, throwing his microphone on the ground and storming off the set. Migos members could be seen confronting Budden while security is called; the camera quickly shut off, but the situation was reportedly defused.
However, Migos allegedly got into another scuffle after the ceremony. TMZ reports a member of Chris Brown's crew shoved Quavo and someone else in Migos' entourage was punched.
Video shows Los Angeles police on the scene, separating the groups. Brown, who has a history of incidents since attacking then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, was seen in another clip leaning against a car.
"Things got tricky," a BET Awards afterparty source told the celebrity gossip site, but no arrests were made.
Police told the New York Daily News that it had ultimately been "a quiet night."
There were also no arrests made in a reported scuffle at the 1 OAK nightclub in L.A. Sunday morning. Rapper A$AP Rocky was reportedly involved in a scuffle as Kendrick Lamar performed, but TMZ sources say A$AP Rocky was not targeted.
The heated BET Awards weekend was also plagued by reports Safaree, Nicki Minaj's ex-boyfriend, was allegedly jumped by Meek Mill's crew Saturday. Mill denied told reports Sunday that he has "no beef" with Safaree, suggesting someone else in his entourage might have had an issue.
"I'm a boss. I'm a don. I don't even fight," Meek Mill told Vibe magazine. "I don't know how they got us confused with that type of stuff."
There were no injuries reported.