It was reported that Rich Homie Quan left the BET Awards in a huff after he was told he would be playing the red carpet instead of the main stage like he was promised.
RHQ pushed back on that report during an interview with Shay Diddy on San Francisco radio station KMEL. Sort of.
While Homie doesn't address whether he was bumped from the main stage to the pre-show, he denied any kind of blow up with BET execs.
"We did not have a big old argument. I was here [In San Francisco] doing interviews and stuff like that," RHQ told Shay. "The time they say everything could've transpired, I was in the air on a plane, had my documents, I had my lawyers to reach out. I have no bad blood towards BET."Quan also discussed his now-fractured relationship with Young Thug.
"That's still my dog," he said. "He's working on his solo career. I'm working on my solo career right now.""We have great chemistry," RHQ added, before explaining that they still wouldn't be collaborating in the near future. Check out the interview below.