Video Of Migos Fight At DC Club Hits The Net; GBE's Fredo Santana Says "Sorry"
Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) News broke over the weekend that Atlanta rap group Migos was allegedly involved in an altercation with members of Chief Keef's Glory Boyz Entertainment camp. The "Versace" rappers had been feuding with GBE for over a year, and it appears things came to a head at the Stadium Club in Washington, DC.
Migos was in town to perform at the venue, but according to sources with AllHipHop, group member Quavo was the main person involved in the brawl that took place and his chain was snatched during the melee. Keef later posted a picture of the jewelry on his Instagram page before deleting the photo.
Video allegedly taken at the scene of the fight has now made its way to the internet. The person filming the footage can be heard screaming, "No, not Migos. Migos out here fighting and s**t. Not Quavo."
Meanwhile, one of Migos chief GBE rivals Fredro Santana took to Twitter yesterday afternoon to either offer a very cryptic apology or promote a song - perhaps both. The Chicago native sent out a tweet that simply read, "Sorry."
Santana was featured on the track "Sorry" by Yung Gleesh, but he posted a tweet recently that was a direct threat to Migos as well. He also released the track "Go To War" last week as the beef between the two camps started to heat up.
Watch video reportedly of the Migos' Stadium Club fight below.