UPDATED 2/22/17 11:15 a.m. ET: TMZ has obtained footage of Sean Kingston handcuffed, which reportedly took place after the alleged altercation. According to TMZ, Kingston was stopped and questioned, but not arrested.Interestingly enough, there's also footage of Kingston and Migos chopping it up at the event prior to the alleged incident.

See below for original story published on 2/21/17.

Sean Kingston and Migos reportedly got into an altercation at the Agenda tradeshow in Las Vegas. And, according to sources, the situation involved gunfire.

On Tuesday night, Twitter lit up with reports that the “Beautiful Girls” singer ran up on Migos and began exchanging heated words. Sources at the event told Complex people began rushing out of the venue after someone screamed Kingston was shot. Sources also claim police arrived shortly after the alleged assault.

The details are still unclear, but several Twitter users claimed Migos followed Kingston to the parking lot after the fight and shot at him. 

Again, it all seems peculiar considering a video surfaced of them dapping each other up like everything was cool.

If the beef between the parties seems somewhat random, you have to think back to the end of 2016, when Kingston got involved in the Quavo vs. Soulja Boy feud. Kingston claimed the Migos member refused to fight Soulja one-on-one, even after the "Crank That" rapper sent his address.

"I was right there. Ni**a said pull up, I want to fight one-on-one,” Kingston said in a now-deleted Instagram post. “This shit ain’t have to go to no social media…it was to the point where [Quavo] ain’t show up, it’s like okay, he want to go in. Ni**as was waiting.” 


The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Migos' management, and a source from Sean Kingston's camp did not immediately respond to Complex's request for comment.