Two members of Migos were arrested Saturday evening and charged with possession of a schedule II narcotic and carrying a fully loaded firearm while on the property of Georgia Southern University.
According to TMZ, the Atlanta trio performed a show at Georgia Southern University but was interrupted by police who cracked down on their felonious concealment of illegal weapons and drugs backstage.
Migos members Quavo and Offset were arrested & both charged with a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession, while Offset was additionally hit with another gun possession charge as he carried a weapon as a convicted felon. Quavo posted bail but Offset remains in jail due to his prior string of law breaking & imprisonment.
This isn’t the first time members of Migos have faced legal issues during scheduled performances. Last October, Offset was involved in a crowd brawl at a Springfield, Massachusetts show. Two months prior to that they were involved in a separate altercation with fans in Nashville, Tennessee, which revolved around a fan supposedly snatching a chain from the them while performing on stage.
Migos tweeted their reaction to their latest legal issue. View it below:
— MIGOS™ (@Migos) April 20, 2015