There has been tension brewing between Offset and his former label, Quality Control, recently. The contractual dispute between Offset and Pierre “P” Thomas and Coach K further soured their relationship. However, they seem to be cordial on some sort of level. Last night, footage emerged of P and Offset walking together backstage at the Grammys.

There isn’t much context surrounding the clip. However, a man has a hand on Offset’s shoulder as he follows behind P. Meanwhile, the rapper says something along the lines of, “Hold me down… on the red carpet.” Some fans believe the clip was taken immediately after Offset’s alleged scuffle with Quavo backstage ahead of the In Memoriam segment.

It’s surprising to see the two together, especially since P and Coach K recently responded to Offset’s lawsuit. In late August, Offset sued Quality Control for ignoring the negotiation contract that he inked in 2021. He claimed that he paid “handsomely” for his rights as a solo artist and signed directly to Capitol/Motown.

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Afterward, Offset claimed he and P haven’t spoken in nearly two years while alleging that Quality Control blackballed him in the music industry. The feud came just as ‘Set begin to plot out his solo releases with singles like “54321” and “Code.” “N***as act like Im the problem I paid millions to get my rights back. N***a you blackballed me I ain’t said shit one time homie I ain’t spoke to you in 2 years now I drop and you want ya name on my credit?” Offset tweeted. Cardi B later publicly backed up her husband’s claim in a subsequent Instagram post.

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Migos and Pierre “P” Thomas attend Yo Gotti: “I Still Am” Album Release Party at Amora Lounge on November 2, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)” class=”wp-image-629631″ srcset=” 2895w,,278 300w,,711 768w,,948 1024w,,1422 1536w,,1897 2048w,,1389 1500w” sizes=”(max-width: 2895px) 100vw, 2895px” />

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Last week, QC formally fired back at Offset’s lawsuit in court. In a new filing, they said Offset breached their contract including a “confidentiality provision.” They said Offset violated their agreement by detailing “the terms of the Settlement Agreement in the Complaint and in social media posts, and by sharing the Settlement Agreement with various Universal Music Group executive.” Quality Control asked the judge to formally dismiss the lawsuit. They also stated that Offset isn’t the owner of the recordings that he “has made or continues to make with Motown on or after January 15, 2021.”