"Do It Look Like I Got Left Off Bad & Boujee"
Now this is just my interpretation, but from what i see it seems someone is deliberately trying to sabotage Takeoffs' career. There has always been talk of the trio splitting, and if not splitting starting solo careers. Well the talk was evidently true in terms of the solo careers as Quavo "Hnncho", and Offset the other two members of the group have already dropped projects. On top of the talks of the group splitting people would also say Takeoff is the "Wackest Migo", and he would fall into the abyss. Based on people thinking Takeoff was the weakest link is why everyone said he was left off bad and boujee.
Feels Like Summer
There was a very eloquently directed music video in "Feels Like Summer" By Donald Glover BKA Childish Gambino in which he depicts the rap trio Migos. When the trio appears in the music video they are playing what seems to be an innocent game of basketball. Maybe at first glance, but as you watch you will notice Takeoff has the basketball.
As he is dribbling towards the basket, quavo comes up to guard him. Takeoff crossed Quavo up and was going in for the easy score, and then comes offset to not only stop the easy shot but also try to block his shot making it more difficult to score. After all this Takeoff misses his shot.
Now since the release of Quavo, and Offsets projects the world was waiting to see what was going on with Takeoff. So he recently released his project called "The Last Rocket". There have been many reviews of this project which seem to be split in the middle about the quality of content. There are two songs in particular that have drawn some attention "Last Memory" and "Casper". One thing i find fishy is on his song Casper he clearly says "Imma ghost ride the wraith." which is a rolls royce. Funny thing is the music video doesnt have one wraith in it. In fact what seems to be in the video is a rolls royce phantom or maybe a ghost but the wraith is a 2 door an the car in the video is clearly a 4 door. Why didnt they just use a wraith, to try and minimize the lyrics.