If rapper Offset was afraid for his life after being targeted in a drive-by shooting, he didn't show fear as the Migos performed at the Rolling Loud Music Festival in Miami.
The 27-year-old Migos rapper was the target of a drive-by shooting at Crossover Entertainment Group studios in Atlanta. He was not injured.
The Migos opened up for Cardi at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami on Friday night. Cardi also came out onstage to perform "Clout" with her husband.
Afterwards, they hit up separate nightclubs where they were booked to perform at after parties for $100K cash.
According to TMZ, Cardi performed at LIV nightclub in South Beach, arriving at 3:30 a.m. for her mini set. While the Migos performed at E11EVEN nightclub. They reportedly performed from the safety of the club's VIP area. They were surrounded by bodyguards and off-duty police officers. The group left the club at 5:30 a.m.
The extra security was necessary since Offset was nearly killed during a drive-by shooting in Atlanta.
The shooting occurred around 9 p.m. Wednesday night at Crossover studio where Offset and his bandmates were rehearsing in Atlanta. Witnesses say shots rang out shortly after Offset stepped outside of the studio for fresh air.
Surveillance video obtained by TMZ shows a vehicle driving past the building. An unknown gunman hangs out the passenger-side window and sprays the exterior of the building with bullets.
Police do not have any suspects.
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