Migos ditches Governors Ball but remains a group, rep says

Migos have reportedly not parted ways despite speculation about the trio’s status.

Breakup rumors heated up after the Governors Ball revealed the band will not be performing at the next festival, which begins Friday, June 10. According to TMZ, a rep for the label said Migos had to drop out due to a scheduling conflict.

Migos will miss the Governors Ball because Quavo is currently filming a movie. Their label rep insists the trio is staying together from now on.

Last month, fans began to speculate about Migos breaking up when Offset unfollowed his co-workers on Instagram. Quavo and Takeoff added fuel to the fire by announcing the formation of a duo called Unc et Ouf.

The two released a song titled “Hotel Lobby” to kick off their new venture as Unc and Phew. Quavo also raised more questions when he avoided answering a paparazzo’s question about the breakup rumors.

Although the label’s representative denied any split, none of the Migos members have publicly stated that all is well between them. The rumors may linger until they make or release more music together.

Migos released their latest album Cultivation III in June 2021. The project peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.