Migos Arrested: Georgia Southern University Concert Cut Short After Drug Bust, Quavo And Offset Arrests
Migos had its concert cut short on Saturday for a drug bust that ended with two of the members getting arrested.
The rap trio was in the midst of performing at Georgia Southern University’s Spring Bling when a stage manager reportedly had the deejay kill the music because the police arrived. Migos left the stage, and, along with their 15-member entourage, was questioned by the cops from the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department. It all led to two of three being taken into custody.
Quavo (real name: Quavious Marshall) and Offset (real name: Kiari Cephus) were busted for felony drug possession for allegedly having a schedule 1 narcotic on them. According to TMZ, the pair was also arrested for having a loaded gun on school property, which is another felony charge, as well as misdemeanor marijuana possession. The third Migos member, Takeoff (real name: Kirshnik Ball) was not arrested.
None of the group has commented yet on the situation. Ironically, before the concert, the University Programming Board at GSU tweeted a reminder that weapons were among the banned items for attendees. Apparently Migos didn’t get the memo. And this incident comes just a month after the rappers’ March concert in Albany descended into chaos with a brawl that left six people stabbed.