Migos Hit With $20k Lawsuit For Stealing Clothes From Video Set

Migos has some legal troubles to attend to. The Atlanta rap trio made headlines this week for jumping Sean Kingston in Vegas.

Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset are being sued for allegedly stealing $20,000 worth of cloth from the set of a music video shoot, TMZ reported. The music video shoot is for Niykee Heaton’s single “Bad Intentions” which Migos co-starred in and was shot last year in California. That video is memorable because Niykee was mostly wearing barely anything throughout the entire clip.

Unlike Niykee, Migos wore some ridiculously expensive cloth in the video and now stylist Marcus Clark is accusing the rap group of not returning the wardrobe. Clark says that he since made several attempts to retrieve the gears from Migos but to no avail, so he is suing them for $1 million in damages.

The cloth in question worth far less than the $1 million. Three Enfants Riches Déprimés shirts valued at $18,138 and two pairs of vintage sunglasses, a Versace and Les Copains, valued $700.