Quavious Marshall has always had a talent for manifesting the life he wanted. Just ask his mother, Edna. Even as a baby growing up in Athens, Georgia, the future leader of Migos already showed signs that he was divining his own future.
While understanding how to manifest the life of your dreams should be important to most, it’s not. What is important to people is that during an interview with GQ Hype, Quavo touched on the heated elevator incident with Saweetie.
“If I can ever speak on it, I never once in a million years want to do any harm to any woman, period,” he said.
In the video, Saweetie threw something at Quavo as the elevator doors opened. They were then doing a tug-of-war over an orange suitcase. Saweetie then fell and Quavo didn’t help her up.
“I don’t like what people think,” the Georgia native added. “When they saw the elevator thing they thought it was abusive, something crazy.”
Quavo is still single but isn’t quite ready to mingle. Even though he has been linked to Karrueche, he is focusing on himself.
“I want to establish [myself] as a human being before I step into any more relationships or anything that can steer me off.”
His mother Edna also chimed in about his love life. She said when she meets a love interest of his, she gives them some unsolicited advice.
“I try to tell the girls [he dates], ‘Y’all, just leave him alone if you want him to like you! Don’t have sex with him! Because if you do, he’s just going to go home’,” she said. “I try to tell them that, but they won’t listen.”
Quavo wasn’t happy with what she said at all.
“What did she say that for?” he responded. “My God.”
Saweetie revealed that had broken up via Twitter. She had claimed their was infidelity on Quavo’s behalf.
“Presents don’t band aid scars and the love isn’t real when the intimacy is given to other women,” she wrote.