Migos Face Million-Dollar Lawsuit For Allegedly Stealing Clothes From Music Video Shoot

Migos have been threatened with legal action after stylist Marcus Clark accused them of stealing clothes from a music video shoot, TMZ reports.

The young rich n****s are accused of stealing $20,000 worth of clothing from Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” music video shoot.

In documents, obtained by TMZ, Migos issued a statement in response to allegations, saying, “This is Los Angeles. If an artist allegedly removing items from a music video, fashion shoot etc. constituted malicious or oppressive conduct, courts would be inundated with lawsuits.”

Migos are accused of stealing three Enfants Riches Deprimes shirts totaling $18,138, and two 700-dollar pairs of Versace and Les Copains sunglasses, XXL reports.

Clark is suing the Atlanta trio for $1 million in damages. Migos say the amount is absurd.

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