After a recent performance on the Season 42 finale of “Saturday Night Live” with Katy Perry, hip-hop trio Migos has found themselves in hot water once again.

Appearing on the May 20 episode of “SNL,” the group teamed up with Perry to perform the song “Bon Appétit” but reportedly had a problem with the drag queens who were a part of Perry’s performances. 

Perry’s first performance of the night for “Swish Swish” featured a number of New York City-based drag queens dancing and walking a runway. Her second performance only featured a few drag queens, who were on opposite ends of the stage.

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According to Perez Hilton, World of Wonder — the production company behind “RuPaul’s Drag Race” — the group Migos did not want to work with the drag queens and some were told to leave as the group reportedly didn’t feel comfortable performing alongside them.

A World of Wonder source told Perez Hilton: “I was one of the performers on that table with them the whole time, during the rehearsal for 3 days. On the day of the filming, when I got there, I was told to leave. I wasn’t on the set at the time, but we were asking what happened. They said it was because Migos doesn’t feel comfortable with having drag queens there.”

The claims were also backed up by an alleged staff member from “SNL” who said Perry’s performance of “Bon Appétit” originally featured more drag queens. The source said, “I work at ‘SNL’ and the rumors are true! Migos held up rehearsal because they ‘weren’t comfortable with the drag queens.’”

The source added, “There were initially more drag queens on the set for that song, but after Migos threw a fit, Katy Perry’s team removed some of the queens from the performance. Additionally, Katy Perry didn’t invite any of the queens to the afterparty… So, none of them were allowed in.”

The Atlanta rap group has had problems with the LGBT community in the past. In a February interview with Rolling Stone, the group was asked about fellow Atlanta rapper ILoveMakonnen coming out as gay. 

After being told Makonnen came out on Twitter, group member Quavo responded, “Damn, Makonnen!” When the group was told that fans supported the rapper’s coming out, Quavo said, “They supported him?” while Offset said that was because the world is messed up.

“This world is not right,” said Takeoff. “We ain’t saying it’s nothing wrong with the gays,” added Quavo. “He first came out talking about trapping and selling Molly, doing all that. That’s wack, bro.”

The group eventually apologized for their comments, saying, “We always been about being original and staying true. Staying true to yourself goes a long way. We are all fans of Makonnen’s music and we wish he didn’t feel like he ever had to hide himself… We have no problem with anyone’s sexual preference. We love all people, gay or straight and we apologize if we offended anyone.”