Atlanta rap trio Migos were performing Saturday night (April 18) in Georgia when police arrived on the scene, cutting the show short. In the end, two members of the group now face felony charges along with a host of other issues.
TMZ got the exclusive scoop on the Migos bust, which occurred as the crew was performing at Georgia Southern University’s Spring Bling concert. The scene changed after eyewitnesses say police shuttled the rappers and other crew members off the stage where they awaiting some grilling from investigators.
We’re told all 3 members of Migos left the stage — along with a posse that was at least 15 deep — and they were all questioned by cops.
Two members okf Migos — Quavo and Offset — got popped for felony possession of a schedule 1 narcotic, including cocaine, Oxycontin and codeine. They were were also arrested for carrying a loaded gun on school property, also a felony, and misdemeanor marijuana possession.
The Bulloch County Sheriff’s department made multiple arrests, and the suspects are currently being processed at the jail.
TMZ says it reached out to management for Migos, but has yet to receive any word.