Offset Won't Face Any Charges For Atlanta Car Accident: Report

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Offset of the hip hop trio Migos performs onstage during the "Nobody Safe" tour at The Forum on June 14, 2017 in Inglewood, Calif.

Earlier in May, Offset was rushed to the hospital to treat minor injuries stemming from a car accident that left his vehicle severely damaged. According to a new report from TMZ, Offset will not face any charges from the car incident, as the police have completely closed the case.

The incident will be considered an "abandoned/recovered vehicle case" since Offset hit a tree and nobody else was hurt in the accident, according to the site. In a now-deleted tweet, Cardi said that Offset "had to swerve and hit a tree cause a crackhead was in the middle of the road trying to get hit or kill himself." TMZ caught up with Offset, who confirmed that the did try to avoid hitting the man in the street, which led to him hitting a tree and crashing. 

Following the accident, Offset shared the gruesome photos from the incident on Instagram, writing, "This is why I thank God Every day I could have been dead from this accident thank you all for you prayers all I can say is (G O D I S R E A L G E T W I T H H I M ) H E S A V E S L I V E S."

Billboard has reached out to reps for Offset for further comment. 

Check out the video of Offset speaking with TMZ below.

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