Migos got famous by being great at rapping, but lately that’s been obscured by some controversial encounters. Back in March they were involved in a highway shootout in Miami. Now, less than a week after beating up a guy who tried to steal their chains on stage in Nashville, they’ve been accused of robbing an Indiana concert promoter at gunpoint. According to local TV station 14 News, a company called 41 South paid Migos $11,000 up front for a show Sunday at the Coliseum, with $10,000 more to be paid the night of the show. The rappers allegedly showed up at the venue to collect the $10,000 and walked out without performing; when promoters tried to stop them from leaving, the rappers allegedly pointed two rifles at them.
No arrests have been reported at this time. Stereogum has reached out to a Migos representative for comment.