Just a little more than two months after six concertgoers were stabbed at a Migos concert in Albany, New York, fans of the Atlanta trio suffered more mid-concert drama when two of the "Versace" MCs were reportedly arrested on Saturday.
According to TMZ, Quavo (Quavious Marshall) and Offset (Kiari Cephus) were taken into custody after police shut down the group's show at Georgia Southern University's Spring Bling in Statesboro, Georgia. The site, which posted video from the scene, is reporting that charges include felony possession of a schedule 1 narcotic and carrying a loaded gun on school property, which is a felony.
The Bulloch County Sheriff's department reportedly made multiple arrests but Migos rapper Takeoff was not mentioned. MTV News reached out to reps for Migos but hadn't heard back at press time.
Back in March, the "One Time" rappers' show at Albany's Washington Avenue Armory show was cut short when several fans suffered non-life-threatening stab wounds. One concertgoer also reported being robbed at the show. Police were investigating in that case. During a performance in Springfield, Massachusetts, last October, Offset came to blows with a fan in the audience, setting off a brawl.
The group's debut, YRN Tha Album, is due for a June release, and their Yung Rich Nation Tour, with OG Maco, is supposed to kick off next month in Milwaukee.