Offset Credits Drake With Female Visits He Received In Jail

Offset has given props to Drake for helping with the amount of female visitors he garnered while being locked up in 2013.

During a Wednesday (October 18) interview on the Call Her Daddy Podcast, the former Migos member started by discussing the moment when Drizzy hopped on the Atlanta group’s “Versace.”


Offset then spoke about the increased number of visits from women he received after Drake got on the song.

“I had a visitation thing,” he began. “I’m married now ya’ll, so this is nothing crazy. This is before my wife. You could have six visits in one day. They 30 minutes a piece. I had my mom on there, and I had like, six girls I was dealing with, but they wasn’t coming! My momma was coming every week, but the girls wasn’t coming!”


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He continued: “Then all of a sudden, downstairs, they like, ‘You got six visits.’ I’m like, I got six visits? I’m tryna think like… bro, they sit in the lobby. It’s like a screen, and it pops up the face, and they put they name and my name, and they’re going up and coming down, saying something to each other. Back to back. And I’m like, oh shit.

“I’m kinda like, what the fuck goin’ on. And my momma like son, it’s a lot of girls. I’m like mom, I don’t know. I just put them on the list. They just pulling up!”


On the music side of things, Set’s Set It Off project is slated to earn a lofty placement on next week’s Billboard 200 album chart.

According to Hits Daily DoubleSet It Off is expected to debut within the Billboard 200’s Top 10 with 55,000 to 65,000 equivalent sales in the first week.

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The album serves as Offset’s sophomore solo LP and was initially supposed to drop last November, but was delayed due to the tragic passing of TakeOff.

Set It Off arrived last Friday (October 13) with features from Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Latto, Chloe Bailey, Future, Young Nudy and Offset’s wifey Cardi B.


“Why it took so long? A lot of things. I lost my brother is the main reason. I was gonna drop last year. I had got out of a creative space,” he admitted to The Breakfast Club earlier this month about the album’s delay. “I had to sit down for a minute and get with my momma and pray and get myself together.

“Also I wanted to perfect the craft. I wanted to make sure I dropped and it counted. Especially coming out the group, I wanted to make sure everything was aligned.”


TakeOff (real name Kirshnik Khari Ball) was shot and killed outside of a Houston bowling alley in November 2022, just weeks after the release of his collaborative album with QuavoOnly Built For Infinity Links.

Offset’s solo debut, Father of 4, was released in February 2019 and debuted at No. 4 with 89,000 total album-equivalent units.

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