Just last month, Migos made headlines for its involvement in a brawl during a club appearance in Nashville. In a separate incident in September, reports indicated the group allegedly robbed concert organizers. Offset, a member of the Atlanta trio, is now making headlines for punching a fan while the Migos performed.
According to Vibe, it all went down during their Springfield, Ma. show on Thursday night (Oct. 17). The folks over at VladTV were able to capture footage from the incident. In the clip, Offset can be seen leaping off the stage and diving into the crowd with a Superman punch. Prior to the punch, a man in the crowd appears to be yelling things at the rapper.
Immediately, the crowd goes into a frenzy but the remaining Migos members are able to win them over with a live rendition of "Hannah Montana."
Following a club appearance in Nashville, video of the Atlanta trio engaged in a brawl hit the internet. As previously reported, the group came to blows with a man who presumably tried to steal one of their chains at Club Limelight.
A few days later, reports began to pour in that members of the Migos allegedly used two rifles to rob concert promoters. Police reports indicate the show the group was slated to perform for never happened. The group reportedly took the money and left the venue. Organizers say they attempted to stop Migos from leaving and the group pointed two rifles at them in return.