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Offset of Migos obviously doesn’t like jail and he was royally pissed at a judge after being denied bond at his latest hearing over the weekend.

His volatile reaction most likely won’t do him any favors down the line, either.

Reports Statesboroherald:

“Offset,” one of the members of the Migos rap group arrested on guns and drug charges after a concert in Statesboro, shouted profanities Friday as he was led out of the courtroom after being denied bond.

Kiari Kendrell Cephus, 24, of Lawrenceville, known by the stage name “Offset,”was visibly angry after learning Bulloch County Superior Court Judge John R. Turner denied bond based on Cephus’ extensive criminal history and the fact he attacked another inmate last week in the Bulloch County Jail.

Cephus and two others arrested April 18 at Georgia Southern University’s Spring Bling concert were denied bond due to past criminal activity and being considered a flight risk. Two other Migos members, Kirshnick Khari Ball, known by the stage name “Takeoff,” and Quavious Keyatz Marshall, known by the stage name “Quavo,” both of Lawrenceville, were released earlier on bonds of $10,000 each, according to jail records. They were each charged with marijuana possession, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, carrying a weapon in a school safety zone (felony), and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Cephus was arrested on the same charges, as well as possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. After the jail fight, he was charged with battery and causing a riot in a penal institution.

Offset’s incarceration is putting a major damper on the group’s major label debut album, Y.R.N.: The Album, slated to be released on June 16 (for now).


Photo: Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office