Posted by , May 16, 2015 at 12:17am
Offset and Rich the Kid give their first interview since getting denied bond.

Offset of Migos and Rich the Kid called in to Atlanta-based Hot 107.9's Durtty Boyz radio show Friday night to give an update and clear any and all rumors following their arrest on stage at a concert at Georgia Southern on April 20.

Related: just after the interview, Offset's IG account posted cover art for his future collab with Rich called "Still On Lock," with the two of them wearing prison garb and sporting poorly Photoshopped chains.

Rich the Kid started the interview off by claiming they are being held on false charges before handing the phone over to over Offset, who said he should be out in three weeks and will have another another bond hearing before then. "I can't really talk to much about it," he said," but these folks out here racist, man. They're trying to bash my name, they're trying to make my image look bad." 

Offset claimed that he never cursed out a judge after being denied bond as has been reported. Despite his predicament he seemed to be in high spirits, ultimately.

"It's looking bad but it's all good, I'm good in spirit, My head held high, man, I'm gonna get out so I ain't really trippin'."

Listen to the unabridged interview below.

[via Complex]

Offset And Rich The Kid Give Phone Interview From Jail, Clear Up Rumors

Offset and Rich the Kid give their first interview since getting denied bond.


Offset of Migos and Rich the Kid called in to Atlanta-based Hot 107.9's Durtty Boyz radio show Friday night to give an update and clear any and all rumors following their arrest on stage at a concert at Georgia Southern on April 20.

Related: just after the interview, Offset's IG account posted cover art for his future collab with Rich called "Still On Lock," with the two of them wearing prison garb and sporting poorly Photoshopped chains.

Rich the Kid started the interview off by claiming they are being held on false charges before handing the phone over to over Offset, who said he should be out in three weeks and will have another another bond hearing before then. "I can't really talk to much about it," he said," but these folks out here racist, man. They're trying to bash my name, they're trying to make my image look bad." 

Offset claimed that he never cursed out a judge after being denied bond as has been reported. Despite his predicament he seemed to be in high spirits, ultimately.

"It's looking bad but it's all good, I'm good in spirit, My head held high, man, I'm gonna get out so I ain't really trippin'."

Listen to the unabridged interview below.

[via Complex]

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