The Atlanta trio apparently thought they were bad and boujee enough to walk away with $20,000 worth of clothing and accessories after filming Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” video last year.
Beautician Marcus Clark recorded the claim after numerous endeavors at recovering the garments. The plunder: three shirts by Enfants Riches Déprimés esteemed at $18,138, a couple of Versace shades and a couple of Les Copains glasses that are both esteemed at $700, as per court docs.
The most recent word from Migos, as per Clark, is a content from their supervisor that said “That is over mind.”
The gathering was additionally in features this week for professedly getting into a fight with Sean Kingston. The artist asserted he was not harmed and reports say he won’t take the case to the police.Promote Your Music On This Platform Contact : Mobile : +2348132090729 BBM:33428A0F Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter : @ijebuloadedNG