Quavo: "New Song Isn't A Lil Peep Diss Track"

Quavo speaks out as speculation grows that he dissed Lil Peep.

(AllHipHop News) Quavo has insisted his new track "Big Bro" isn't about Lil Peep's tragic death.

The Migos star released his debut solo album Quavo Huncho earlier this month, with fans quick to start speculating about the inspiration behind Big Bro, in which he raps about a drug overdose.

"Is you with me or against me/ I'm a OG now so you need me/ Think you poppin' Xanax bars, but it's Fentanyl/ (No-no bars, it's Fentanyl)/ Think you're living life like rockstars but you're dead now," Quavo raps in the track.

Lil Peep died in November at the age of 21, after overdosing on Xanax and fentanyl, with many other drugs also found in his system.

However, taking to Twitter on Monday to address the speculation, Quavo told fans he had penned the track about his long-term barber.

Several musicians, including rapper Fat Nick and No Jumper star Adam22, who had initially criticized Quavo under the belief Big Bro was written about Lil Peep, tweeted their thanks for his explanation.

"Real! Thank you, this means a lot," Adam wrote, while Fat Nick tweeted a simple, "Bless.”

Meanwhile, Smokeasac, who frequently worked with Lil Peep, tweeted: "I got mad respect for you for coming out with this statement. We needed to hear it. It’s all love now! Thank you for clearing this up @QuavoStuntin real one."