One member of Migos or their crew has been hospitalized for “non-life-threatening injuries”.
Early this morning, the group Migos was involved in a shooting in Northwest Miami, on Interstate 95. According to Florida’s Channel 7 news, an unspecified passenger in the group’s van was “shot in the leg, suffering non-life-threatening injuries.” The victim was driven to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Officer Joe Sanchez of Florida Highway State Patrol summed up the incident: “At 3:30 in the morning the van behind us was travelling southbound occupied by eight members of the entertainment group Migos. They were supposed to be performing at Cafe Iguanas in Broward [County, north of Miami] and apparently for whatever reason there was an altercation or disagreement with management and they didn’t perform, so as they were driving southbound on I-95, according to the witnesses in the van, a dark vehicle pulled along side them and opened fire,” said Sanchez. “A member of the group was in possession of his personal handgun and he returned fire. “
In another interview with NBC Channel 6, Sanchez said that he did not know if this was a deliberate “hit” or a road rage incident.
Stay tuned for further updates..