Wherever Chris Brown goes, drama is sure to follow. The troubled musician’s crew was reportedly at the center of a near-fight with Migos during a 2017 BET Awards after party.

Quavo, Offset and Takeoff were reportedly in attendance at a party, put together to celebrate the release of a video for Future and Brown’s single, “Pie.” It’s unclear what caused tensions to escalate, but party goers shot video of a confrontation between Migos and members of Brown’s crew. Quavo, born Quavious Marshall, was shoved, at which time another unnamed member of the rap group jumped in and was punched, according to TMZ.

Migos and their posse reportedly followed Brown, 28, to his car, surrounding him. Police arrived shortly after and crews dispersed. Nothing more came of the incident.

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While Brown is no stranger to confrontation, it was Migos who found themselves at the center of conflict at the BET Awards. During the show the “Bad & Boujee” rappers sat down with Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks of “Everyday Struggle” for an interview, during which Akademiks questioned Takeoff, one third of the mega successful rap trio, about being “left off” their latest hit. The rapper took offense, retorting with, “Do I look like I was left off ‘Bad & Boujee’?”

In an attempt to get the interview back on track, Akademiks praised Migos as one of his favorite groups. Budden, on the other hand, made his frustrations clear — rushing his co-star to wrap the interview up. When the discussion ended, the “Pump It Up” rapper dropped his mic and stormed off before being confronted by Migos.

While the conflict could have gotten seriously ugly, Twitter took hold of it and made it hilarious. Before long the photo of Migos squaring up against Budden became a meme while others shared versions of the story they’d heard. Neither Budden, 36, nor members of Migos have spoken on what happened.

By now, Budden’s probably used to his beefs becoming memes. In May, Twitter users roasted him following the release of an interview he did with 19-year-old Lil Yachty, whom he slammed for being too happy. He accused the “Peek A Boo” singer of being “media trained,” adding, “feelings are fickle. What that means is, they come and they go. Nobody is one thing forever.”

He went on to say, “you would be lying to tell that as a young man in this industry, in this music industry, in the music business, you are happy 24-7.”

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Not all the “Love & Hip Hop” star’s feuds are so funny, though. Less than one month prior to his interview with Yachty, rapper Troy Ave released the song “Press Spray,” in which he dissed Budden. The New York Native accused Budden of being a “drug-addict,” and “rap podcaster,” while also accusing him of having assaulted women.

Budden has never been convicted of assaulting a woman. He was, however, accused of twisting a woman’s arm in 2014 and using force to take away her cellphone. He was charged with robbery, grand larceny and criminal obstruction of breathing — all charges were dropped two years later when he plead guilty to disorderly conduct.

Migos Migos, photographed during the 2017 BET Awards in Los Angeles, on June 26, 2017. Photo: Getty Images