A Migos concert Saturday night (April 18) at Georgia Southern University ended prematurely with group members Quavo and Offset being arrested along with several members of their entourage. The group was performing at GSU's Spring Bling concert when police showed up and the DJ was told to cut the sound, reports TMZ. The group exited the stage and were greeted by authorities who questioned the crew and took several people into custody.

Quavo was arrested for misdemeanor marijuana possession, felony possession of a schedule II narcotic and carrying a loaded gun on school property. Offset faces the same charges, plus gun possession by a convicted felon. Offset served a 10-month sentence for a probation violation in DeKalb County jail in 2013. Members of the group appeared in court and according to WSAV, they were all denied bond in the case.

This is a setback for the group, but the trio has been having one hell of a year so far. Earlier this month, they announced they were starting their own clothing line, YRN. Along with Mike Will Made-It and Rae Sremmurd, they made Forbes‘ Hip-Hop Cash Princes 2015 list, raking in big bank in 2014. They recently announced their debut LP YRN: The Album will be dropping in June. Before that, the trio will embark on their Young Rich Nation Tour in May. Oh yeah, they recently had a marijuana strain named after them. So, there's that too. Let's hope this arrest doesn't stall what was looking to be an epic year for the ATLiens.