The trio reckon Donald Glover's skit made them look like "dodo birds".
In May 2018, Glover starred in a sketch renaming Migos as Friendos, which showed the trio constantly arguing.
Although Offset and bandmates Quavo and Takeoff had stayed silent about the skit, Offset has now admitted he wasn’t into Glover’s take on the collective.
Offset told GQ: “We didn’t like that skit, because it was, like, the total opposite of the Migos. We rock with each other, we ain’t arguing. I felt like it was interpreted that we was some dodo birds.”
Migos and Glover have previously been tight, with Quavo making his acting debut in the first season of Glover’s series Atlanta.
In 2017, Glover helped give Migos mainstream exposure when he thanked them for making ‘Bad And Boujee’ during his acceptance speech at that year’s Golden Globes ceremony.
In the same interview, Offset revealed he always keeps $10,000 to hand “just to get through the day”.
He also paid tribute to crisp makers Rap Snacks, who recently issued a Migos-themed series of flavours. Offset said: “Actually, I got them framed. I ain’t gonna eat mine, it means something to me. I’m on the cover of some chips, man.”
Offset released his debut solo album ‘Father Of 4’ on Friday (February 22), having announced its release date through sharing a video of his partner Cardi B giving birth to their daughter Kulture.
‘Father Of 4’ makes Offset the final Migos member to release a solo album, following Quavo’s ‘Quavo Huncho’ last October and Takeoff’s ‘The Last Rocket’ the following month.
Migos’ most recent album together was ‘Culture II’ in January 2018. Quavo stated that ‘Culture III’ would be released “at the top of 2019” once all three had dropped their solo albums.
Migos play at Parklife 2019 in Manchester on June 8. Tickets can be bought here.