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The beef between Chief Keef and Migos, an Atlanta hip-hop trio, seems to have gotten beefier last weekend at the D.C. institution where all celebrities and quasi-celebrities alike go to make bad headlines: Stadium Club, the combination steakhouse and strip club in Northeast D.C.
Migos was performing at Stadium Club late Saturday night when the group got into a brawl with Chief Keef’s GBE crew, according to chaotic social media postings from both parties and witnesses. And someone from that crew reportedly stole Quavo’s chain. (Quavo is a member of Migos.) As outlined by MTV, the two crews have a longstanding history of contentions, starting with Chief Keef feeling that the trio “sneak dissed” him on one of its tracks late last year.
Here’s a video posted on Vine of Saturday’s brawl:
After the tete-a-tete, Chief Keef posted a photo on Instagram of Quavo’s chain. That picture has since been deleted, but it still lives on in the internet. See below:
Quavo responded with a video of his own, showing that he was OK after the fight and still overflowing with cash.
No one filed a police report over the brawl, but City Desk obtained the only Metropolitan Police Department report of an incident occurring at Stadium Club around that time. According to the report, at around 3:45 a.m. a “large disorderly crowd” from inside the club spilled out to the parking lot. The crowd had several physical fights, and back up was dispatched to the scene. No injuries were reported, and “one arrest was made in reference to an assault between patrons of the establishment.”
It’s unclear who was arrested or if that person was directly related to this beef, but none of the three members of Migos are involved in any recent D.C. Superior Court filings. Their prolific social media posting also did not indicate that one of them had been arrested.
D.C.’s own Fat Trel weighed in on Twitter Saturday morning about the fight and vehemently denied he or his crew had any involvement.
WEN YU CUM 2 ANUVA NIGGA CITY….. CHECK IN— $$$FAT TREL$$$ (@FATTREL) November 16, 2014
STOP PUTTIN MY NAME IN DAT MIGO'z SHYT….SB DONT ROB WE KILL!!!— $$$FAT TREL$$$ (@FATTREL) November 17, 2014
Migos and Stadium Club could not be immediately reached for comment, but Stadium Club posted a video on its YouTube channel titled ” Migos Fight Night at Stadium Club Instagram.”
Photo by Darrow Montgomery