Migos may soon be ordered to cough up seven digits to a stylist who claims they never returned $20,000 worth of high-end fashion items that they borrowed during a 2016 video shoot.
Stylist Marcus Clark will look to collect over $1 million in damages in a lawsuit he is filing against the Atlanta trio, TMZ reports. Clark says that they walked off with the items they wore during their appearance on Niykee Heaton's "Bad Intentions" video, and never returned them, despite numerous attempts be Heaton to retrieve them. According to Clark, the last he heard anything from the Migos camp was when he got in contact with the group's manager, who allegedly responded to his request by telling him "That's over with."
Among the wardrobe pieces Clark says Migos took, were three Enfants Riches Déprimés shirts valued at $18,138 and two pairs of vintage sunglasses (Versace and Les Copains) worth $700. What are your thoughts?