TMZ reports Migos had a Saturday night performance at Georgia State University’s “Spring Bling” interrupted, when the group and members of their entourage were questioned and subsequently arrested by police from the Bulloch County Sheriff’s department. TMZ reports the following:
“Two members of Migos – Quavo and Offset – got popped for felony possession of a schedule 1 narcotic, including cocaine, Oxycontin and codeine. They were were also arrested for carrying a loaded gun on school property, also a felony, and misdemeanor marijuana possession.”
Based on eyewitness accounts, multiple arrests were made after a stage manager told the DJ to cut the music in the middle of Migos’ performance.
Offset was previously in jail for a probation violation, and he watched as Quavo and Takeoff rose to prominence off the success of the hit single, “Versace.” He was released in October of 2013.
You can read the full report at TMZ.com.