Emory University conned into thinking it booked Migos concert

by: Justin Wilfon
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ATLANTA – Emory University paid an undisclosed amount of money to someone it thought was the booking company for the rap group Migos. 

The school wanted the group to perform for its “Dooley’s Week” celebration. 

The person it paid turned out to be a con artist who was only pretending to work for Migos. 

The university said in a statement: “Emory University negotiated with and paid an entity which fraudulently claimed to represent a major entertainment act to appear on Emory’s campus.”

“Overall, I think people are pretty disappointed. People were looking forward to it,” student Philipp Humann said. 

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