Migos Gives James Corden A Makeover With $21,000 Cash On ‘Carpool Karaoke’

Atlanta hip-hop trio Migos appeared on the James Corden’s recurring “Late Late Show” segment “Carpool Karaoke” on Tuesday evening, November 13.

The Atlanta rap group, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, pull out the cash after singing along to some of the band’s own hits, including “Walk It Talk It” and “Bad and Boujee,” as well as Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me).”


The four opened the segment with “Walk It Talk It” before they talked about originating the “dab” dance move.

“Dabbin’ is really swaggin’, dabbin’ is like look at my dab, look at my swag,” Quavo said.

“I feel slightly responsible…where I feel like I might have ruined it,” Corden said. “I apologize for the destruction of the dab.”

They also belted out “Bad and Boujee,” “Motorsport” and “Walk It Talk It” together. Offset even performed his wife Cardi B’s lines from “Motorsport.”

Offset asked Corden a personal question: “Have you ever made love to ‘Bad and Boujee’?”

“I’m going to be honest, no. Am I going to tonight? Yes,” Corden said.

Offset then joked, “You better watch out, you might end up with 10 kids.”


Migos surprised Corden by unveiling $210,000 during “Bad and Boujee.” “Wait, wait, wait,” Corden said after seeing the cash. “You have to show me how much money you got in the car.”

“You know you can go to an ATM, right?” Corden was talking to Takeoff while counting the stacks of money. “I have never, ever in my life seen this much cash. Where are you going to go with this cash? What are you going to do with it?”

The trio decided to use their funds to take Corden shopping at Maison Margiela. “I don’t look like Migos. I look like I’m hiding Migos under a coat,” Corden said after trying on a silver trench coat.

“Is this dip?” Corden asked. “Am I dripping?” After selecting his new outfit the host declares. “I will be paying cash!”


“I feel like a recently divorced dad who’s going through a breakdown,” Corden said after trying on another set of clothes.

Quavo told him he could pull it off with the right attitude, and Corden responded, “You’re right, the clothes aren’t the problem, I am.”


After Migos got back in the car, Corden brought up their ability to ad-lib, saying, “You guys are so good at your ability to produce tracks that you could uplift any song with your ad-libs. Do you think you guys could add the Migos vibe to any song that’s been written?” When the band confirms, Corden plays Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.”

Watch the full clip below:


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