Donald Glover (Childish Gambino) had a big night at the 74th Golden Globe Awards yesterday, where his FX television series “Atlanta” won Best Television Comedy, and Glover himself took home Best Actor in a TV Comedy Series. During his acceptance speech for the first award, he thanked not only the city of Atlanta but also the rap trio Migos, who made an appearance in the show.
“I want to thank Migos, not just for appearing on the show, but for creating ‘Bad and Boujee,'” he expressed. Glover’s admiration didn’t stop there. As Vulture reports, he further praised Migos backstage, referring to them as the modern-day Beatles and highlighting the lack of recognition they receive beyond Atlanta.
Glover added, “A whole generation of kids growing up with something completely separate from another group of people. ‘Bad and Boujee’ is an incredibly cool song. It’s the ultimate choice for setting the mood.”
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