Published Apr 19, 2015Migos have been enjoying a very productive 2015 so far, but the Atlanta rap trio hit a major obstacle last night (April 18), as two of the three members were arrested during a concert at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA.
TMZ reports that the outfit were in the midst of the show when the cops arrived and the music was cut. Migos and their posse then left the stage and were questioned by the cops.
In the end, rappers Quavo (a.k.a. Quavious Marshall) and Offset (a.k.a. Kiari Cephus) were charged with felony possession of a schedule II narcotic, misdemeanour marijuana possession, and possession of a loaded gun on school property. Offset faces an extra charge of gun possession by a convicted felon.
Multiple arrests were made, and it seems that some other people connected to the group were also taken in.
It's unclear if this incident will have any impact on Migos' release plans for the debut full-lenght, Y.R.N.: The Album, which is currently scheduled for a June 16 arrival.