Offset spotted on set of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ with LL Cool J

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Fast Facts About Offset Kiari Kendrell Cephus is a member of Lawrenceville, Ga., rap group Migos. Here are five things you may not have known about the rapper. 1. Offset is Quavo’s cousin, and Takeoff is Quavo’s nephew. 2. The fashionable rapper has starred in campaigns for designers Gosha Rubchinskiy, Bryce Barnes and Lavati. 3. He is an investor in the Esports organization FaZe Clan. 4. Offset's member’s first solo album was 2019's ‘Father of 4.’ 5. The rapper acted in the TV show, 'Atlanta.'

Offset’s episode of the CBS show airs in January

Offset is more than just a rapper nowadays and he’s proving that with an upcoming guest role on “NCIS: Los Angeles.”

One-third of Migos was recently photographed on set with the show’s star and fellow rapper, LL Cool J.

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"Let’s go. Let’s ride,” read a quote from the TV series’ official Twitter account.

The two images saw Offset and LL Cool J, whose real names are Kiari Kendrell Cephus and James Todd Smith respectively, smiling and pointing at one another. They’re also seen as LL Cool J raised his phone to snap an image of the pair.

The tweet didn’t go into details about Offset’s role on the long-running drama. It simply told fans to “Stay tuned...”

International Business Times reported Offset will appear in an episode called "Groundwork."The plot focuses on Linda Hunt's character Hetty Lange asking CIA officer Veronica Stephens, portrayed by Dina Meyer, to bring an agricultural engineer to the U.S. But soon after arriving, the engineer will disappear. The CIA officer is then forced to get the help of LL Cool J's character, senior field agent Sam Hanna, and Chris O'Donnell's character, special agent in charge Grisha "G." Callen.

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“Groundwork” is set to air on CBS Jan. 5, 2020.

This will mark Offset's first TV series appearance since 2016, when he and his fellow Migos members Quavo and Takeoff guest stared on FX's "Atlanta." The news follows Quavo's announcement that he recently saw a screening of his horror film, "The Resort," which he produced.

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