Atlanta Hip-Hop group Migos is hitting the breaks on their multi-million dollar lawsuit against their former lawyer Damien Granderson.
Driving while Black is still a real thing for people of color regardless of celebrity. Offset got his wake up call over the weekend.
Every year we are reminded that all that glitters isn’t gold. One of the hottest Rap acts in the world is now screaming foul.
While the majority of the country is still practicing social distancing on Cinco De Mayo and the beloved Taco Tuesday, it’s not stopping Migos from dropping banger that makes you feel festive–even inside.
Offset got yet another reminder that despite his celebrity status he is still considered a threat by the law. He had a tense encounter with LA’s finest.
This makes all the sense in the world. The Migos is joining forces with Uber Eats and Popeyes for their own exclusive menu on the food delivery service app that will even include the insanely popular chicken sandwich.
Migos member Offset was on the receiving end of some heavy side eyes after some questionable tweets and messages were sent from various social media accounts.
More money more problems continues to ring as an applicable mantra in Hip-Hop. Thankfully Migos dodged a big legal bullet this week that will let them keep their coins.
One-third of the hit-making group Migos, Quavo, checked another major milestone off of his bucket list after being tapped to throw out the game-opening pitch for his hometown team.