Migos rapper Offset arrested by federal agents


The rapper was reportedly pulled over by police just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, for having tinted windows. Offset (real name: Kiari Kendrell Cephus) and his passenger, bodyguard Senay Gezahgn, were both were arrested. Upon search, they discovered at least a gun in the SUV.

Cyphus was booked into Clayton County Jail and charged with possession of a weapon during a crime and possession of a firearm by a felon. He also faces misdemeanor charges for marijuana possession and making an improper lane change.

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Offset of Migos was arrested after a traffic stop near Atlanta on Friday afternoon and was released on bond after posting $17,000 bail, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Offset's arrest comes just after he welcomed daughter Kulture with wife Cardi B. Although initial reports say the Migos rapper was knocked for illegal tint, he was pinched for a lane change but was riding extremely dirty for a convicted felon.

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Cardi - who secretly married Offset in September 2017 - gave birth to her first baby on 10 July, and has shared pictures of herself and her husband at the doctor's office getting checkups.

It has previously been reported that Offset had been serving five years of probation in relation to a 2015 arrest on drugs and weapons charges but Offset's lawyer, Drew Findling, told the Journal-Constitution that Offset received an early termination of that probation.

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