Migos, who famously released the hit song “Fight Night”, are reportedly being sued for starting a fight night of their own at a concert venue in Albany, New York.
According to TMZ, a lawsuit has been filed against the Migos trio for inciting a riot at one of their shows back in 2015.
As the lawsuit claims, the rappers showed up hours late to the concert reeking of weed and alcohol. Then, an already irritated crowd was encouraged by the Migos to fight and act with reckless behavior. During the incident, metal barriers were ripped from the ground and thrown among the crowd.
Within the lawsuit, the venue stated that the Migos, “caused patrons to be stabbed, robbed, beaten, severely harmed, and injured…”
The group also denied fans a meet-and-greet, which had already been paid for in advance.
This isn’t the first time the Migos have been in trouble with the law, with member Offset being a repeat offender. Offset has served multiple sentences for three different felony charges; and get this, one was for a riot in a penal institution.