The Migos stopped for an interview with Dana Cortez after a Halloween show in San Antonio.
It turned out to be a very short interview. But it's not clear if that was by design or if somebody didn't like Dana asking too many Cardi B questions. Check it out:
The interview started with Quavo praising both San Antonio and the Migos.
Then Cortez moved on to Offset's dramatic engagement to Cardi B, and he seemed happy to talk about it.
"It was piped up, man. The crowd was going crazy. It was a lot of support, ain't no hating, you know what I'm saying," he told Cortez.But then somebody appeared to signal to the boys to end the interview that they had just sat down for. They did, after Offset put down his mic and got up.
Do you think it was simply a case of their manager realizing they had a plane to catch or is there something more to it?
As Joe Budden knows, it's not the first time Migos have awkwardly ended an interview.
Is this real life? @OffsetYRN JUST PROPOSED TO @iamcardib ON STAGE AT #PowerhousePhilly pic.twitter.com/DK0qUo5YbM— Power99Philly (@Power99Philly) October 28, 2017