Migos are on top of the world right now, but a stylist claims they have sticky fingers when it comes to designer gear.

Marcus Clark, a stylist for Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” video, has slapped the rap trio with a lawsuit claiming they stole $20,000 worth of clothes from the video shoot last year.

According to Clark’s suit (via TMZ), Migos allegedly swiped three Enfants Riches Déprimés shirts worth $18,138, and two pairs of vintage sunglasses (Versace and Les Copains) worth $700. As TMZ points out, the taxes alone for the shirts came to be over $1,600.

The stylist claims that he contacted the “Bad and Boujee” artists several time to retrieve the shirts but haven’t gotten a reply. The closest he got was a text from Migos’ manager saying “That’s over wit.”

Clark is so angry over the situation that he’s suing for the pricey clothes and he’s seeking over $1 million in damages. That’s a lot of Deadz! See what we did there?

Reps for Migos had no comments on the matter. We included Niykee Heaton's video below as evidence.

Watch Niykee Heaton's "Bad Intentions" Feat. Migos