ABC/Randy HolmesIt looks like Offset's luck continues to get worse.
TMZ reports that the Migos member was involved in a car crash Wednesday night in Atlanta.
Sources connected to the star tell TMZ that Migos was taken to a hospital for "minor injuries," but has been released and "is expected to be okay."
Offset's green Dodge Challenger, however, was totaled.
Offset's fiancée Cardi B "rushed" to be near his side after hearing about the accident, according to sources.
TMZ adds that no accident report was filed, nor were cops or emergency medical workers called to the scene.
In other news, Offset and Cardi are being sued by Giovanni Arnold, a known autograph broker from the Bronx who alleges that Offset ordered three members of his entourage to attack him.
As previously reported, the 33-year-old man allegedly asked Cardi for an autograph outside New York City's Mark Hotel following the Met Gala in early May.
According to The Wrap, Arnold claims in his suit that Cardi and Offset "ordered the beatdown after verbally threatening him."
"Not willing to stop for a fan," the suit adds, "Cardi B and entourage blew past the Plaintiff, ignoring him.
When Mr. Arnold repeated his request, Cardi B turned to Plaintiff and threatened to 'slap the s*** outta him.' Defendant Offset then directed Mr. Arnold to 'shut up, bro, before a n**** beat you out here."
The complaint continues, "As Defendants Cardi B and Offset entered their waiting vehicle, they ordered the Unknown Assailants to attack Plaintiff."
The lawsuit adds that Arnold was "punched and kicked" repeatedly" and "severely injured" following the alleged attack.
It also claims that Cardi and Offset "frequently instigate violent confrontations with fans and individuals.
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