Migos members allegedly robbed a concert promoter at gunpoint, according to KFVS, the CBS affiliate in Evansville, Indiana.
41 South, the entertainment company that booked Migos, says they paid $11,000 upfront to the group. The remaining $10,000 was going to be given to them on the evening of their performance.
However, officials with 41 South say that the group members took the remaining $10,000 and tried to leave the venue without performing.
When organizers say they attempted to stop Migos from leaving, they claim that the group pointed two rifles at them, according to the KFVS report.
Migos members were recently allegedly involved in an altercation at a show after someone snatched a chain from a rapper in the group.