Lil Baby is still making the promotional rounds for his sophomore LP My Turn, and he stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss it.
The conversation comes amid rumors that Lil Baby's crew jumped Offset, which Baby called fake news.
During his Breakfast Club interview, the 25-year-old rhymer was asked why there aren't any artists from his label Quality Control, which houses Migos, Lil Yachty, and others, on his album. Baby said that he made a song with the City Girls but let them have it for their project. [Jump to 23:26].
"Me and Migos don't really be making music. They be gone, I be gone. We really don't be sending each other sh*t,” he explained. “Shout out to Yachty. He was like the first person at QC to grab me under his wing on some rap sh*t. Now I'm gone all the time, so he kinda feels like I don't really f*ck with him like that, but I really do."
"I f*ck with Takeoff and Offset," Lil Baby continued. "It's just they ain't never really been on my tapes. They're my mans and them, we on the same label, but we don't really be making music together like that. They be in their vibe, I be in my vibe."
What do you think about the My Turn album?