Less than a month after members of Chicago Hip Hop group Glory Boyz Entertainment allegedly snatched a chain from Atlanta rap group Migos, the crews were photographed together on Twitter. The image, which has since been removed from Twitter, is below.
“Chief Keef and former sparring partners Migos posed for a photo last night, after the two parties met up in L.A,” HotNewHipHop reports. “Migos tweeted the image, combining their two movements with the caption “Miglo,” showing their unity.”
The photo, which appeared on various Twitter accounts associated with Chief Keef’s Glo Gang and Migos, shows Chief Keef and affiliate Tadoe in the background, with the three Migos, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset. Quavo’s Quality Control chain appears around his neck.
The chain snatching reportedly occurred after the Migos performed in Washington, D.C. on November 15. The trio said they were jumped and Quavo’s Quality Control chain was stolen. Chief Keef posted an image of the chain to instagram shortly after the alleged incident.
That incident occurred a week after a video surfaced on Instagram which alleged to show Offset and GBE member Capo confronting one another, including Fredo Santa threatening the Migos.