Atlanta-based rap group Migos was scheduled to perform a concert in Evansville, Indiana recently, but the trio never took the stage. According to reports, Migos still walked out of the venue with their payment despite the fact they did not perform.
Quavo, Takeoff, & Offset were apparently paid $11,000 upfront by the entertainment company 41 South. The remainder of their appearance fee, $10,000 in cash, was at the location. The organizers claim they attempted to stop Migos from exiting the Evansville Coliseum, but the group pointed two rifles at them & left with the $10,000.
This news comes after Migos was caught on camera as part of a brawl at Nashville, Tennessee's LimeLight nightclub this past weekend. That melee reportedly began after someone in the crowd attempted to steal one of the member's chain.
You can give the Migos' Nashville fight video a watch below...