Quavo Accused of Assault and Robbery at Post-Grammy Club Party

Lawrence Kim
February 1, 2018

Migos member Quavo has been accused of assault and robbery after allegedly beating up a jeweller during a Grammys afterparty.

The 26-year-old rapper - whose real name is Quavious Keyate Marshall - allegedly got into an altercation with celebrity blingmaker Eric the Jeweler during a Grammy Awards afterparty at NY nightspot 1Oak in the early hours of Monday (01.29.18) morning.

The victim at hand, Eric the Jeweler, went to NYPD Tuesday to tell his side of story where he details getting into a physical altercation with the "Bad and Boujie" artist after talks of unpaid services. The other person was apparently not Offset or Takeoff.

We're told Eric got the hell out of the club with minor injuries to the face, but as he left noticed his $30,000 chain was missing.

The fight was over a debt Quavo, 26, owed to Eric the Jeweler, the outlet reported. He is reputed as a famed jeweler with his clientele involving big shots in the likes of Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, French Montana, and plenty more.

According to TMZ, NYPD wants to talk to all the members of the group, as well as their manager. They will also review security camera footage from 1Oak.

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