Migos' Offset, bodyguard, arrested outside of Atlanta


It was initially reported that police pulled Offset over because of overly tinted windows; however, outlets later confirmed it was due to an illegal lane change. Friday (July 20) after police pulled him over for a traffic violation and found guns in his vehicle, TMZ reports.

Offset was allegedly traveling with marijuana (one ounce or less), which is a misdemeanor.

Migos rapper Offset was reportedly taken into police custody. Cephus was arrested following a search of the auto when officers said they found multiple handguns, marijuana, and $107,000.

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Offset, 26, whose given name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, was with his bodyguard, Senay Gezahgn. Offset is still on probation after being arrested in 2015 on weapons charges.

He was then released after posting $17,000 bail and appearing in front of a judge at an Atlanta courthouse on Saturday morning, according to the site.

Not only does Findling claim that the weapons charges are incorrect, but also that the pretext for pulling Offset over, a traffic violation, was simply a tactic to get the rapper in jail.

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