Migos's entourage members face drug charges after various types of pills were found in their vehicle. None of the members of Migos were charged with drug possession.
According to multiple publications, three members of Migos's entourage were charged after officers from the Boone Police Department "detected an obvious odor of marijuana coming from the band's vehicle" as it drove past Appalachian State University. Migos just performed at the venue that time.
Migos members Takeoff and Quavo both performed at the university, but Offset was not around at that time. At around 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, officers searched the vehicle and discovered 420 grams of marijuana, 26 ounces of codeine, and several Xanax pills.
The officers released the names of the three people that they arrested. Dominic Kevin Spigner, 26, Jharon Ahmad Murphy, and Daryl Irvon McPherson were all charged, but Murphy is facing a felony charge. Murphy and Spigner are expected to appear in court on May 29, and McPherson will also face the judge on June 1.
As of late, the members of Migos have not released a statement regarding the recent drugs bust.
Migos Members Get Arrested
This is not the first time that Migos was involved in a drug-related controversy. Three years ago, Quavo and Offset were arrested for felony possession of cocaine after their performance at Georgia Southern University. Officers found Oxycontin and codeine in the group's vehicle.
They were also charged with firearms possession for bringing a loaded gun within the school premises.
Weeks later, Offset blamed the host of "Dirty Boyz" radio show for falsely reporting about his and Quavo's arrest. Offset said that his reputation is being bashed by the media. Migos starred in Meet the Migos in 2015, where the members talked about their guns.
According to Offset, he and his group members were tricked to star in the documentary just so the officers could bust them.
"They just tryna put it all on us. They charged everybody with the same thing," said Offset.
Migos's New Album 'Culture II'
On a lighter note, Migos just released their new album Culture II, which is a follow up to Culture.
The songs featured in the single are "Higher We Go (Intro)," "Supastars," "Narcos," "Auto Pilot," "Walk It Talk It," "Emoji a Chain," "CC," "Stir Fry," "Too Much Jewelry," "Gang Gang," "White Sand," "Crown the Kings," "Flooded," "Beast," "Open It Up," and more.