Perpetrators open fire on rap group Migos in 'Scarface'-esque shootout

The Migos manager says that no one in their van was hurt during the shootout.
By Annie Martin Follow @littlemannie   |   March 28, 2014 at 2:03 PM

Unknown perpetrators opened fire on rap group Migos after their club appearance in Miami on Thursday night.

The group's manager tells TMZ that a vehicle pulled up beside the Migos van on the highway and started shooting. He claims the Migos group returned "at least 40 rounds" of fire at the perpetrators.

Reports have said that one of the Migos bodyguards was shot in the leg, but the manager says no one was injured. The van did drive to the hospital immediately after the shootout.

The bullet-ridden van was confiscated by police for their investigation.

Migos first came to fame in 2013 after their single "Versace" went viral.


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