UPDATE: Migos Denied Bond for Saturday Night Arrest

UPDATE: Migos Denied Bond for Saturday Night Arrest

Quavo and Offset charged with felonies and are now denied bonds.

Published April 20, 2015

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According to a tweet from Savannah TV station WSAV, Migos were denied bond for their arrest Saturday night at Georgia Southern University. BET will update this story as more information becomes available. - Eric Diep

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A Migos concert was cut short when two members of the group, Quavo and Offset, along with several people from their entourage, were arrested.

The hip hop group was performing Saturday (April 18) night at Georgia Southern University's Spring Bling concert when police showed up and the DJ was told to cut the sound, reports TMZ. The group exited the stage and were met by authorities who questioned the crew and took several people into custody. 

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Quavo was arrested for misdemeanor marijuana possession, felony possession of a narcotic and carrying a loaded gun on school property. Offset, who served a ten-month sentence for probation violation in 2013, faces the same charges, plus gun possession by a convicted felon. 

The arrest is a setback in an otherwise big year for the trio, who are set to drop their debut album in June. Earlier this month, Migos announced they were starting their own clothing line, YRN, in the near future.

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Written by Evelyn Diaz

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