ALBANY, NY - The popular Atlanta-based rap group, Migos, is being sued for inciting a riot at one of their concerts, according to the lawsuit.

The rap trio were performing at the Albany Basketball & Sport Corporation's complex in Albany on March 7, 2015.

The lawsuit says that during the performance, concertgoers became riled up and eventually became violent, during which Migos egged on a group of individuals to 'give them hell' and 'kick a**.'

Quavious Keyate Marshall (Quavo), Kirshnik Khari Ball (Takeoff) and Kiari Kendrell Cephus (Offset) were late arriving to a meet-and-greet they agreed to attend with their fans at 7:30 p.m. - three to four hours late - according to the lawsuit. This caused the crowd to become agitated and created a hostile environment.

After several hours of waiting, the group finally arrived to perform but appeared to be intoxicated, reeked of marijuana and were reportedly under the influence of other controlled substances.

The concert was supposed to start at 9 p.m. but they did not start until around midnight.

"The actions of the defendants caused patrons to be stabbed, robbed, beaten, severely harmed, and injured as the defendants continued to incite a select group of individuals to continue the onslaught of attacks, assaults, and destruction of the premesies."

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