Migos' 'Culture' sparks debate about just who is 'nawf'


Wondering why "#Nawf" is trending in Atlanta on Twitter? Migos might be the blame.

The rap group, who dropped their second studio album Friday, reps Lawrenceville in Gwinnett County. It’s just north of Atlanta, but the trio affectionately calls it “nawf.”

But with the release of the “Culture” record, Atlantans are debating just exactly what area is “nawf.”

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Some, like Migos, says it’s parts of Gwinnett.

Then there are some who insist that nawf is Cobb County.

But a few Atlantans quickly denounced that declaration.

And there are a few who are just proud of the trio’s success.

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