It was a tough moment in court today (April 20) for Migos. Following an arrest on Saturday (April 18) in Georgia, two members of the group, Quavo and Takeoff, had their bond set at $10,000 while Offset was denied bond.
Rosa Parks sat so Martin Luther King, Jr. could walk. King walked so Barack Obama could run for president. Obama's running so Migos could fly -- with that Drake co-sign. The rap trio's member Migos is soaring high today (April 2) on his 24th birthday.
Although Migos has a song called “Fight Night,” it looks like several concertgoers did just that at the trio’s concert in Albany, N.Y., on Friday (March 6). Six people were stabbed and a woman was attacked in the Washington Avenue Armory venue while Migos was performing.
Before even releasing their first official album, Migos seem to be living pretty well, at least as far as material possessions go. This is likely why they crafted the Rich Homie Quan-assisted track 'Falisha,' a song about not needing anything from anybody.
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