Rapper Was Accused Of Taking Nearly $12K In Clothes From Miami Stylist
Offset has had a bad last few weeks judging by his interactions with the legal system.
The Migos rapper is facing felony gun and drug possession charges in connection to a 2018 traffic stop. And police in Georgia reportedly issued a warrant for his arrest after he was accused of allegedly slapping an iPhone out of a fan’s hand at Target.
But BOSSIP has learned that there’s at least one legal battle that he no longer has to worry about. Last year, we exclusively revealed that Miami stylists “The Meyhem Group” sued the “Motor Sport” rapper for breach of contract after alleging he’d made off with almost $12,000 worth of its merch and had yet to pay anything for the missing items.
The boutique, which hawks high-end pieces like Balenciaga sneakers, Tom Ford platform heels and Fendi stockings online, alleges that Offset was their client and agreed to accept $11,699 worth of goods. The company said that Offset has acknowledged that he owes them but had refused to pay.
The company said it had proof that Offset took the items as well as store receipts. The Meyhem Group wanted Offset to pay them back, plus $1,500 in interest.
Offset never responded to the suit, but apparently was able to work things out with the stylists, because a judge dismissed the case last week after neither side appeared at a hearing, according to court records obtained by BOSSIP.
We’ve reached out to The Meyhem Group for comment.