Sean Kingston’s Friend Arrested After Fight With Migos
BY: NISHA THOMAS
A Florida man has now been jailed on felony and misdemeanor charges after he’d allegedly fired out a gunshot during the fist fight between rap group Migos and singer Sean Kingston when they were leaving a Vegas Strip Convention Center, according to police reports on Wednesday.
The gunshot was fired in the air and luckily no one was injured.
Kingston, as well as the three members of Migos, who are known by their individual names of Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, weren’t identified as suspects in this particular case. Mioses Johnson, 28, of West Palm Beach, Florida, however, is being held at the Clark County jail because of an initial pending court appearance on charges of felony assault with a weapon, as well as carrying a firearm without a permit and discharge of a gun where persons may have been endangered.
Jail records have yet to indicate whether Johnson has an attorney or not and whether he will be held on bond is still unclear.
He was initially detained by security at the popular event, and a .380-caliber handgun was seized from him before his arrest took place, according to a police spokesman.
Cordero identified Johnson as a member of a group that accompanied Kingston on the night of the fight.
This news is no surprise, being that Sean Kingston has been in trouble for the past year with other celebs, allegedly getting into fights and attempting to bully many popular hip-hop artists such as The Game.
So, what are your thoughts on this situation? Do you think Kingston’s team needs to speak up? Or will they stay quiet?
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