Migos Allegedly Rob Concert Promoters at Gunpoint

Migos Allegedly Rob Concert Promoters at Gunpoint
Atlanta rap trio Migos are being accused by concert promoters in Evansville, ID, of robbing them at gunpoint and leaving the venue before even taking the stage.

CBS affiliate KFVS reports that the incident took place last Sunday (August 31) at Evansville Coliseum, where the "Versace" rappers were supposed to perform. According to officials from 41 South, the promotion company that booked the show, Migos were to have been paid $22,000, of which they got $11,000 up front.

From there, the outfit allegedly brought out two rifles and pointed them at organizers, demanding the remaining $10,000 before pulling a no-show by exiting the venue. It's unclear which members are said to have brandished the firearms, and charges have not been laid against the group's Quavo, Takeoff or Offset.

Migos had also reportedly been involved in a fight caught on camera at a recent gig at Nashville. The brawl at the LimeLight nightclub allegedly stemmed from an audience member tried to steal a chain from Migos. Earlier in the spring, the crew were accused of taking part in a highway shootout in Florida.

In related news, Migos have a trap-themed musical called Bando headed our way. The film was set to drop at the end of August but has been pushed to an as-yet-unspecified date.