The ATL rapping trio Migos‘ ‘Bad and Boujee‘ is undoubtedly the ‘it’ song at the moment, so much so that it’s hard to get away from it.

Whether it is in your play list, your friends playlist, played at the club, on social media or you hear someone blasting it out of their car as you’re on your way back from the shops to get some basmati rice for dinner.

The one place you may not expect to hear a reference to the song is at the 74th Annual Golden Globes Awards. Well, that’s what happened during Donald Glover’s acceptance speech.

When the creator, executive producer and star of the hit TV show Atlanta accepted his award for Best TV series, musical or comedy, he took the time out to thank Migos.

 

“I really wanna thank the Migos, not for being in the show, but for making Bad and Boujee,” Glover said. “That’s the best song ever.”

 

Following the acceptance speech, the hit single flew to the number 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 after it’s streams increased by 243%.

Migos took to their Twitter account to show their appreciation, returning the thanks to the 33-year-old double Golden Globe winner.

 

 

The Atlanta star later explained his reasons for shouting out the Georgia rappers.

 

“I think they’re the Beatles of this generation and I don’t think they get a lot of respect beyond Atlanta. There’s a generation of kids that are growing up on something that’s completely separate from a whole group of people. That song ‘Bad and Boujee‘ is just fly. There’s no better song to have sex to.”

 

Well there you have it, this song is for all occasions apparently.

 

No idea what Donald Glover was referring to? Check it out below:

 

 

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