Migos Claims Noisey’s ‘Meet The Migos’ Episode Was Scripted

In the now notorious second episode of Noisey’s ten part documentary on Atlanta’s drug and rap scene, Migos was featured.

When the band was arrested in April on drugs and guns charges, there was talk on the Internet that “Noisey was the feds,” and had set the trio up.

Offset, who still hasn’t made bail, co-signed that theory in a jailhouse interview.

Takeoff and Quavo, who have, addressed the Noisey situation on ESPN’s Highly Questionable yesterday.

“It was a movie. We acted it out,” says Takeoff of the episode. “It was role playing. That wasn’t our house in the first place, adds Quavo.

“They gave us a script. They gave me a script,” Takeoff explains. “I did the script. I played it well ’cause y’all think it was real.”

Highly Questionable hosts Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard didn’t seem to buy this explanation on bit, but ATLers kept insisting the guns that they flashed in the documentary were fakes.

Was Meet the Migos a “spoof” Or are the Migos just trying to cover themselves legally?

In the now notorious second episode of Noisey’s ten part documentary on Atlanta’s drug and rap scene, Migos was featured.

When the band was arrested in April on drugs and guns charges, there was talk on the Internet that “Noisey was the feds,” and had set the trio up.

Offset, who still hasn’t made bail, co-signed that theory in a jailhouse interview.

Takeoff and Quavo, who have, addressed the Noisey situation on ESPN’s Highly Questionable yesterday.

“It was a movie. We acted it out,” says Takeoff of the episode. “It was role playing. That wasn’t our house in the first place, adds Quavo.

“They gave us a script. They gave me a script,” Takeoff explains. “I did the script. I played it well ’cause y’all think it was real.”

Highly Questionable hosts Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard didn’t seem to buy this explanation on bit, but ATLers kept insisting the guns that they flashed in the documentary were fakes.

Was Meet the Migos a “spoof” Or are the Migos just trying to cover themselves legally?

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