Published Feb 22, 2017Migos already have hits "Fight Night" and "People's Elbow" to their name, but as TMZ reports, art allegedly imitated life last night (February 21) in Las Vegas with the Atlanta trio brawling vocalist Sean Kingston.
According to the report, Migos and Kingston got into a heated discussion concerning rapper Soulja Boy at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, with the whole thing eventually coming to blows. Police sources told TMZ that the trio jumped Kingston and began kicking and stomping him while he was on the ground.
The fight reportedly ended after a member of Kingston's camp fired a gun, hitting no one. Kingston's associate was detained by event security. By the time police arrived, both parties had left.
TMZ also reports that Kingston was pulled over for a traffic stop not long after, where he was "semi-cooperative" in not naming names. Police are reportedly looking to speak with Migos about the incident, though there is no current warrant for their arrest.
Making matters even more confusing, Kingston posted a video this morning that shows his face in good repair despite the reports, adding that it looks "smooth as motherfucking ice" and that "you can't keep a good man down." He doesn't mention the Migos at all in the clip, which can be seen below.
As the New York Daily News points out, Kingston took aim at Quavo last year concerning his beef with Soulja Boy, writing in a since-deleted Instagram post, "this shit ain't have to go to no social media…It was no point where [Quavo] ain't show up, it's like okay, he want to go in."
Migos delivered their latest LP, C U L T U R E, last month.