Cardi B seemingly scolds Offset, Quavo during backstage Grammys fight

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Cardi don’t need no mess.

It appears Cardi B may have gotten involved in Offset and Quavo’s alleged scuffle backstage at the 2023 Grammys Sunday night.

The “WAP” singer, 30, was caught on camera yelling loudly in video footage obtained by Entertainment Tonight.

“Both of y’all wrong. Both of y’all! This is not right,” Cardi can be heard saying in the clip.

“No, bitches, shut the f–k up. ’Cause you shouldn’t have been talking.” 

It’s unclear who Cardi was directing her anger toward, though it’s possible she was trying to settle things with the two rappers.

A rep for Cardi did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

Offset and Quavo, both 31, reportedly got into a heated argument ahead of the tribute performance honoring Takeoff – the late third member of their rap trio, Migos – during the “In Memoriam” portion of the evening.

The two rappers reportedly had to be separated as they brawled over how the tribute should go.

Sources told TMZ that they got into a physical altercation when Quavo allegedly refused to allow Offset to join him for the tribute – despite the Recording Academy reportedly requesting the pair to perform together.

Per TMZ, Quavo allegedly blocked Offset from entering the stage, which apparently started the feud. He then proceeded to perform his song “Without You” on stage, sans Offset.

The “Hustlers” star and Offset share two kids: daughter Kulture, 4, and son Wave, 1.

Before Takeoff’s murder, he and Quavo had an extremely close relationship, but Offset had apparently been on the outs from the group. The three members grew up together outside of Atlanta and are family members. Takeoff was Quavo’s nephew, while Offset was Quavo’s cousin.

Takeoff was tragically shot and killed at a bowling alley in Houston on Nov. 1, 2022, after a brawl broke out over a game of dice. Takeoff, whose real name was Kirshnik Khari Ball, was pronounced dead at the scene. He was 28.

Stars flocked to Takeoff’s memorial to honor the rapper’s life. Offset shared at the time that his “heart is shattered” and the pain is “unbearable.”

Cops arrested Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, as a suspect in the murder in December of that year. Police also arrested Cameron Joshua, 22, who was charged with the unlawful carrying of a weapon in connection to the shooting.

Clark was released from jail in early January on $1 million bond and remains under house arrest. He also must wear a GPS tracking device and avoid contact with anyone involved in the shooting investigation.

The suspect is scheduled to appear in court again on March 9.

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