When Migos fan Sean Gray started a petition on change.org last week to have Quavo drop a few bars on a new version of the national anthem he probably didn't expect to get a response from Quavo himself. Not only did Quavo respond to the petition that was signed by over 7,000 people, he accepted the challenge to create a new version of the national anthem.

When TMZ caught up with Quvao on Tuesday and asked him how interested he was in making a new version of the national anthem he seemed genuinely in to it.

“There’s a lot going behind the National Anthem," he said. "I would love to do it, but I wanna do, like, a 2017 National Anthem for both people and all races. Something that's representing now. Something that represents the modern day national anthem. So I think if I got with some good musicians and just write something very strong and powerful.”

He was also asked how he felt about the support from fans who signed the petition.

“I'm the Huncho. When you’re the hunch you the boss. you gotta know how to stand on whatever the people want you to do. Huncho for President you dig?”

Not sure if Quavo really thinks he can pull off changing a song that hasn't been changed since it was written in 1814 but at least we know he's up for the challenge.

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