Two of the Migos have been ordered to give depositions in a $1 million dollar lawsuit over music video styling. According to The Blast, Quavo and Takeoff have been ordered to sit for questioning in a lawsuit filed by stylist Marcus Clark. 

Clark claims the rappers took off with his clothing after he styled them on the set of Niykee Heaton's "Bad Intentions." He's asking for $20,471 for the clothes, $400,000 in general damages and $600,000 in special damages.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

BAD INTENTIONS ON SET

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While Quavo and Takeoff have managed to duck the depositions up to this point, the judge in the case has ordered both rappers to sit for questioning before April 15. Offset is also named in the case, as Clark allegedly styled all the Migos for the shoot, but he has yet to be deposed. Presumably, Clark's legal team is working on getting all three artists to share their version of events on the day in question.

Migos didn't deny they left with the clothing in their response to the lawsuit, but they said Clark allowed them to take it. Specifically, they contend that Clark “consented, either expressly, impliedly or by operation of law, to the acts and omissions of the Defendants with respect to the subject property, which bars or reduces any recovery to which Plaintiff would otherwise be entitled to against the Defendants.”