After Migos was involved in a mafia-style drive-by shooting in Miami on March 28, members of the Atlanta-based rap group took to Twitter to brag about it. What were they thinking?!
Migos members Quavo (Quavious Marshall, 22), Takeoff (Kirshnik Ball, 19) and Offset (Kiari Cephus, 22) escaped unharmed after their van was shot at on a Miami-Dade County highway early on the morning of March 28. The group returned fire on their assailants — but instead of being traumatized by the incident, it looks like Migos is actually proud!
Migos Shootout — Rap Group Brags About Mafia-Style Drive-By On Twitter
Migos is one tough bunch. Mere hours after the shooting took place, the group took to Twitter to boast about it, tweeting:
— MIGOS™ (@MigosATL) March 28, 2014
A lot of fuck niggas tried to take my life. But I keep that thang on me so you betta think twice — MIGOS™ (@MigosATL) March 28, 2014
Yikes! It seems like these guys want the world to know that they are not to be messed with. We just hope they don’t provoke another attack.
The group appears to be happy about all the press and attention they’ve been getting. They also retweeted multiple publications and fans who had written about the shootout, including these two tweets:
They tried take them @MigosATL boys out in traffic? Must be kidding me!
— TheDon (@TheyNamedEmMike) March 28, 2014
Who said @MigosATL Wasnt bout that Shit U Must be Kidding Me
— A Yung Vet (@Hamp_MoGwap) March 28, 2014
Migos Involved In Miami Mafia Shootout
Joe Sanchez of Florida Highway Patrol explained how the shooting went down to NBC6 of South Florida.
“Around 3:30 in the morning, that van was traveling southbound [on I-95] with eight occupants, [including] members of the entertainment group Migos,” he said “For whatever unknown reason, a vehicle drove next to them and opened fire on them [with] several rounds. There was an exchange of gunfire between both vehicles, and the other vehicle fled.”
One of the group’s bodyguards was reportedly shot in the leg and needed to be hospitalized, according to TMZ. However, Migos’ manager revealed that none of the group members were injured. The manager added that Migos returned fire at the other vehicle, which held an unknown number of occupants. “There was at least 40 rounds being blasted on those n******,” the manager said.
After the shooting, the group’s driver sped off to the nearest hospital, thinking someone in the van might have been shot. Police confiscated the van at the hospital, and it’s being processed as part of the investigation. It is not yet known whether Migos or their attackers will be charged in the incident.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Was it wrong for Migos to brag about the shooting on Twitter? Let us know.
— Tierney McAfee
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