Atlanta, GA

Migos are accusing their YRN business partner of screwing them out of their royalties for the clothing label.

According to The Blast, the ATL hitmakers have filed a lawsuit against YRN (Yung Rich Nation) for failing to pay them a previously agreed-upon cut of royalties from a clothing line.

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Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff inked a deal with YRN in 2015 to work on clothing, jewelry and other types of apparel.

The Hip Hop trio says the former business partner refused to turn over the finances after demanding for their proper share of earnings. They accuse YRN of producing clothes with notable Migos-related slogans like “Culture” and “Bad and Boujee,” without their permission.

The lawsuit filed by the Migos comes after YRN sued the group earlier this year. YRN claimed Migos creators were supposed to rock YRN clothes in six music videos per year, be part of four photo shoots and make at least six appearances in the store.

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