Posted by , Feb 24, 2017 at 10:39pm
The stylist for Migos' "Bad Intentions" video says the ATL trio walked off their set with nearly 20K worth of clothing.

It looks like the Migos are the latest victim of a new lawsuit. According to TMZ, the ATL trio are getting sued by stylet Marcus Clark for allegedly not returning some high fashion clothes from their feature no Niykee Heaton's “Bad Intentions” video shoot.

Mr. Clark says the ATL trio walked away from the video set rocking nearly $20K worth of clothing, and never returned it. He claims he made several attempts to retrieve the gear, but all he got was a text from Migos' manager saying "That's over wit.”

Migos reportedly copped 3 Infants Riches Déprimés shirts, worth approximately $18,138, and 2 pairs of vintage sunglasses (Versace and Les Copains), which ran around $700. As TMZ points out, the taxes alone for the shirts came to be over $1,600.

However, the real kicker is that Marcus Clark isn’t just suing the Migos for what they allegedly stole, he apparently wants more than a million dollars in damages. It’s doubtful he gets that however.

We'll keep you posted if and when anything more on story this surfaces.

[Via TMZ]

Migos Sued For Allegedly Stealing $20K Worth Of Clothes From Video Shoot

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Feb 24, 2017 at 10:39pm
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The stylist for Migos' "Bad Intentions" video says the ATL trio walked off their set with nearly 20K worth of clothing.

It looks like the Migos are the latest victim of a new lawsuit. According to TMZ, the ATL trio are getting sued by stylet Marcus Clark for allegedly not returning some high fashion clothes from their feature no Niykee Heaton's “Bad Intentions” video shoot.

Mr. Clark says the ATL trio walked away from the video set rocking nearly $20K worth of clothing, and never returned it. He claims he made several attempts to retrieve the gear, but all he got was a text from Migos' manager saying "That's over wit.”

Migos reportedly copped 3 Infants Riches Déprimés shirts, worth approximately $18,138, and 2 pairs of vintage sunglasses (Versace and Les Copains), which ran around $700. As TMZ points out, the taxes alone for the shirts came to be over $1,600.

However, the real kicker is that Marcus Clark isn’t just suing the Migos for what they allegedly stole, he apparently wants more than a million dollars in damages. It’s doubtful he gets that however.

We'll keep you posted if and when anything more on story this surfaces.

[Via TMZ]

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