Migos Offset was involved in a heated confrontation this past weekend with a shopper at Lenox Mall in Atlanta. Newly surfaced footage shows Offset exchanging heated words with the shopper in a food court. Offset is just about ready to lay hands on the shopper before he decides to pull back.
Offset, a convicted felon, made the right decision to avoid the fight.
The “Bad and Boujee” rapper is currently on a five-year probation after accepting a plea deal in his marijuana and illegal firearm case. He was released from jail on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.
Offset was arrested in April 2015 after police nabbed him and fellow bandmates Quavo and TakeOff for possession of drugs and guns during their performance at Georgia Southern University.
The trio was arrested on felony possession of cocaine, Oxycontin and codeine plus charges of carrying a loaded weapon in a school zone, according to TMZ. Quavo and TakeOff have since posted $10,000 bails apiece.
Offset’s problems only worsened after he was caught on surveillance beating an inmate in jail. He was charged with battery and causing a riot in a penal institution after a fight in the Bulloch County jail, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Offset also took a plea deal for rioting in a penal institution after he was filmed kicking the inmate in the head.
Offset was also banished from Ogeechee County as part of his plea deal. He was confused after learning of his banishment.
“That something like if a terrorist come over here,” he said.
Offset said his incarceration opened his eyes to the bigger picture.
“I went to talking to G-d to see what answers he would give me. Probably need to work on my character. G-d just wanted to protect me from getting hurt or injured.”
Offset, Quavo and Takeoff were in the midst of a physical altercation between their camp and the entourage of Chris Brown just last month at the 2017 BET Awards.
TMZ reports the physical altercation occurred after Brown finished premiering his music video for song “Pie.”
Brown and his entourage were reportedly walking into a venue near Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater when a crew member pushed Quavo. A member of the Migo entourage jumped in to defend Quavo, but was punched.
Police soon arrived, and everyone soon dispersed.
Offset has never been afraid to pull up on anyone. Offset memorably falcon punched a fan during a October 2014 concert in Springfield, MA. Offset was visibly upset onstage during the trio’s live performance of song “First 48.” Offset can be seen throwing an object at a concertgoer before he decides to fly from the stage and falcon punch the concertgoer. A scuffle ensues in the crowd before Offset finds his way back to the stage.
Offset, Quavo and Take Off were involved in a violent brawl during a September 2014 concert performance at LimeLight in Nashville.
The victim in the incident allegedly tried to steal a chain from one of the members of the Atlanta rap group. The victim was knocked out cold during the incident.
DJ Jrum Major posted a photo onto IG of the alleged thief laid out and provided some backdrop into the incident.
“When n-ggas try to snatch chains on stage it don’t go well for em!!! (Stomp a n-gga out in $1000 #Giuseppes),” the caption on his post read.
Others around social media also weighed in on the incident.
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