Takeoff was left off of the 2016 track 'Bad and Boujee', which is arguably the Migos' biggest hit.
Instead, there was a verse from gender-fluid rapper Lil Uzi Vert.
Over the years, Migos members have been asked why they left the youngest Migo off the track -- most notoriously by DJ Akademiks and Joe Budden.
They hadn't given much of an answer and were often hostile to the question.
However, in a recent interview with the trio, Elliot Wilson got a pretty good and respectful answer.
“I just think it was just timing,” Takeoff's uncle Quavo explained. “We was just trying to get something out. We was actually pissed off because we ain’t have no music out. I think like a couple months before the whole little wave and we was going through the litigation with 300 [Entertainment, their former label], so we ended up leaking ‘Bad And Boujee’ on SoundCloud first. Sh*t, I wasn’t even gonna be on it. I had to do my verse on some quick fast in a rush sh*t. So it was just like everybody running to the song and trying to get it done.”
So there you go.