(AllHipHop News) Rappers Migos are seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing the stars of stealing wardrobe items from a recent video shoot.
Stylist Marcus Clark launched legal action against the “Bad and Boujee” hitmakers in February, alleging the trio failed to return clothes and accessories worth over $20,000 after shooting singer Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” video last year.
He demanded compensation for the value of the shirts and vintage sunglasses taken, plus $1 million in damages.
Migos’ lawyers have now responded to the suit, claiming the case is too frivolous to proceed.
In the court papers, obtained by TMZ.com, the rappers claim items going missing at video shoots in Los Angeles is a common occurrence, but insist they didn’t steal the goods and shouldn’t be forced to pay for the swiped wardrobe pieces.
“This is Los Angeles,” reads the documents. “If an artist allegedly removing items from a music video, fashion shoot etc. constituted malicious or oppressive conduct, courts would be inundated with lawsuits.”