Offset just held an impromptu "ask me anything" session on Twitter, and with it came many revelations.

The rapper confirmed a whole bunch of upcoming music, including Without Warning 2, a sequel to his 2017 collaborative album with 21 Savage, as well as re-confirming a Migos x Lil Uzi Vert project. He also revealed the third Migos album, Culture III, has been pushed back to 2020, and will release on the "anniversary." Presumably that means either January 26, when Culture II dropped in 2018, or October 28, when Culture dropped back in 2016. Fingers crossed for January.

When asked if there will be any more solo albums from the members of Migos, Offset said "No straight gang shit from now on." However, after he finished answering questions, the rapper announced that he is putting four new tracks on the repackage of his recent solo album, Father of 4.

Fans had a lot of questions about collabs, such as with Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott. Offset said "maybe u will see me and Travis soon," but was less certain about Kendrick. The rapper also said he would work with Eminem if given the chance.

Read more of Offset's AMA session below, including a sweet message about Cardi B.

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