The members of Migos—Quavo, Offset and Takeoff—have denied allegations in a million-dollar lawsuit that the rappers absconded with $20,000 worth of designer clothes during a 2016 music video shoot, The Blast reports.
According to the tabloid news outlet, a celebrity stylist named Marcus Clark filed a lawsuit against the trio in 2017 after the rappers allegedly failed to return clothes and accessories they borrowed for their appearance in Niykee Heaton’s music video for her song, “Bad Intentions.”
Despite several attempts to get the loaned items back, Clark stated he only received a text message from Migos’ manager that said, “That’s over wit,” TMZ reported.
Earlier in February, Quavo and Takeoff were ordered by a judge to questioning after they had apparently avoided giving their depositions in the case. However, the rappers are now claiming that they had paid Clark for his work and demand the suit be dismissed.
Clark is currently seeking $20,000 for the unreturned clothing. He is also suing the Migos for $400,000 in general damages and $600,000 in special damages. The case is currently still ongoing.