Migos have had quite a time during Paris Fashion Week.
Offset held an after-party at the Paris nightclub Palais Maillot to celebrate his Paris Fashion Week show. According to TMZ, Quavo showed up after Offset and Cardi B had already left and wasn’t in the best of spirits.
When Quavo showed up to the party, security didn’t realize it was him and stopped him at the entrance. A witness told the outlet that’s when one of the dancers from Les Twins—who tour with Beyoncé—told security to let Quavo in.
However, Quavo was visibly upset in the video and proceeded to hit a staff member. He reportedly got so angry that he punched the dancer who tried to help him. Cops weren’t called to the club, and Quavo left soon after.
The Migos members are known to land a few good punches, too. In 2017, footage was captured of Quavo and Offset attempting to take down a huge dude who was reportedly harassing a group of people. Offset threw the first recorded punch, and Quavo followed up seconds later with another one, but ended up missing the alleged victim, who barely budged from the hits. A few seconds later, the whole Migos-affiliated squad ran up to back up the two rappers. It's unclear what happened after that, but TMZ reported at the time that the police weren't called.
Back in November, Migos won a year-old copyright infringement lawsuit over the Drake-featuring "Walk It Talk It." An artist by the name of M.O.S. filed a lawsuit against the ATL trio in October 2018, claiming their track was a rip-off of his 2007 record "Walk It Like I Talk It." He had also sued Capitol Records and Quality Control for unspecified damages and "demanded that Defendants immediately cease and desist from any further use of" the work in question.