TMZ Hip Hop has verified that Takeoff, a member of the group Migos, was killed in a gunshot that occurred early in the morning in Houston. Watch Takeoff shot and killed death twitter video in the last part of the article
Migos Rapper Takeoff Dead at 28, Shot in Houston
According to various witnesses and sources within the law enforcement community, the deadly event occurred just after 2:30 AM. At that time, the police received a report about a guy who had been shot at a bowling alley in Houston named 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston.
Takeoff and Quavo are said to have been there playing dice when a fight broke out. It was around this time that someone opened fire, shooting Takeoff either in the head or near his head. It was determined that he had passed away at the site.
TMZ Hip Hop has video from the incident, and in it, you can see that a group of people are gathering around Takeoff, including Quavo, who is wearing an orange shirt. After an initial attempt to relocate him, they ultimately decided to leave him where he was as Quavo called for someone to seek aid.
Rap star Takeoff killed over a dice game in Houston
According to the police, there were two further persons shot, and both of them were carried to the hospital in private cars. It is not known what their circumstances are at this time. Quavo did not sustain any injuries.
Takeoff uploaded a selfie from the bowling alley on their social media account just a few hours before the incident. Earlier in the evening, Quavo had uploaded a video on his Instagram account showing him and Jas Prince touring Houston as part of Jas Prince’s birthday celebrations.
Migos’ Takeoff, whose actual name is Kirsnik Khari Ball, was the group’s youngest member when they first formed. Both Quavo and Offset were his uncles, although he was closer to Offset.
Takeoff shot and killed death twitter video
In 2008, in the state of Georgia, they decided to form a band and have gone on to become multi-platinum hitmakers. In 2013, they released their first significant hit, titled “Versace.” In 2016, they would achieve the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 with the song “Bad and Boujee”