The rap group Migos is being sued over missing wardrobe pieces from a music video set.
Group members TakeOff, left, and Quavo, right, posed with Icebox Jewelry President Mo Jooma this week in Atlanta.
According to gossip tabloid TMZ, stylist Marcus Clark accused the "Bad and Boujee" rappers of not returning over $20,000 worth of clothes he styled them in for Niykee Heaton's "Bad Intentions" video last year.
Clark filed the lawsuit after repeatedly reaching out to Migos' managers to return the clothing. He said he received a text reading, "That's over wit."
The stylist is reportedly seeking the value of the shirts and sunglasses plus $1 million in damages.
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