Migos’ Offset, Quavo and Takeoff have reached a settlement to bring an end to a $1 million-dollar lawsuit over allegedly unreturned designer duds.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Migos’ and designer Marcus Clark have informed the court of a settlement of the entire case.
The parties were able to hash out a deal during mediation. The trial will now be taken off the calendar and the case officially closed.
Back in 2017, designer Marcus Clark sued Migos over-borrowed clothing and accessories. He said he provided the band with the items for the “Bad Intentions” music video featuring artist Niykee Heaton.
In the lawsuit, Clark claimed to have brought $20,471 worth of clothing and accessories but they were never returned. The designer sued for the $20,000 worth of apparel plus an additional $400,000 in other damages and another $600,000 in special damages.
Migos fired back denying all allegations of wrongdoing. The band demanded the entire lawsuit be thrown out of court.
They called the lawsuit a bunch of nonsense and accuses Clark of causing his own damages. The band claimed to have paid the designer for the clothes, that he now claims were never returned.
Migos argued they did not commit fraud and asked a judge to side with them. Earlier this year, Quavo and Takeoff were ordered to be deposed in the case after Clark accused them of avoiding being grilled for months.
Offset is still facing tax issues after being hit with a lien by the Georgia Department of Revenue. He is accused of refusing to pay up on $210,000 in back taxes owed to the state.
Offset and Cardi are also defending themselves in a separate lawsuit accusing them of orchestrating an assault outside a New York hotel.