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Takeoff Dead Video | Takeoff Shot Dead in Downtown Houston (Migos Quavo): A piece of very sad news just hit the streets as a prominent member of one of the most famous music groups Migos was killed brutally. The 28-year-old rapper is said to have been shot in the neck when he was outside a bar at midnight.
Watch Migos Quavo rapper Takeoff is reportedly dead at 28, shot in Houston
Migos member Takeoff is reportedly dead at age 28. The rapper was shot and killed at a Texas bowling alley early Tuesday during a dice game, according to the news.
At 2:40 a.m., cops reportedly got a call for a man shot at 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston following an altercation.
The individual was pronounced dead at the scene, the Houston Police Department reports.
Lt. Christina Salazar claimed 40 to 50 people were at the bowling alley when the shooting took place, explaining that two other victims were taken in private vehicles to nearby hospitals.
While police confirmed that Takeoff and his uncle and groupmate Quavo were present, they have yet to identify the victims.
Footage obtained by local T.V appears to show Quavo at the bowling alley trying to move his late nephew before putting him down and yelling for help.
The site reports that the 31-year-old was not injured.
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Quavo and Takeoff started Migos in 2008 with Offset, who is Quavo’s cousin. Cardi B’s husband, 30, was not present at the time of the incident.
Fans of the Grammy-nominated rap group took to Twitter to share their heartbreak over Takeoff’s reported death.
Can’t imagine Migos without Takeoff and Quavo together. Was family fr…
— YB™🔞 (@griffin_yb) November 1, 2022
“Can’t imagine Migos without Takeoff and Quavo together,” one social media user wrote. “Was family fr…”
All he ever did was deliver hits and mind his own business. This isn’t fair at all man
Earlier this month, Takeoff and Quavo spoke about the possibility of continuing their careers without Offset.
“I just feel like we want to see our career as a duo, you know what I’m saying?” Quavo said on the “Big Facts” podcast.
“Because we just came from a loyal family … that’s supposed to stick together,” he continued in the Oct. 4 interview with DJ Scream. “Sometimes, when s–t don’t work out, it ain’t meant to be.”
Takeoff added, “We don’t know all the answers. … Only time will tell.”
Who is Takeoff?
Lawrenceville, in Gwinnett County, Georgia, is the place of birth for Kirshnik Khari Ball. He and his brothers, Quavo and Offset, were reared by their mother in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
Together with his siblings Quavo and Offset, Takeoff got his start in the rap game in 2008. Before becoming Migos, the group performed under the name Polo Club. Their debut full-length, Juug Season, was released on August 25, 2011. They released a mixtape on June 1, 2012, titled “No Label.”
Later, in February 2017, the group made a deal with Motown and Capitol Records. In January 2018, they released Culture II, their second number-one album in the United States. The group’s long-awaited fourth album, Culture III, came out in 2021. It was the third and final part of their Culture trilogy. On November 1, 2022, Takeoff, a fellow member, was shot and killed in Houston.
Twitter Reactions – RIP Migos
The Twitter audience is sad today because we lost a gem of the Hip Hop industry. Fans started showing their feelings after the takeoff video surfaced on Twitter. You can watch the video here. Let’s explore some Twitter reactions.
One user tweeted:
why do y’all think it’s okay to record celebrities dead bodies when they pass, first it was pnb now takeoff? like y’all are genuinely sick..
— ً (@KHROMIEZ) November 1, 2022
Seeing “RiP TakeOff” all over twitter 🙏🏾🕊️ pic.twitter.com/1pRl9Pzb4c
— DARIUS ALFORD (@IAMDARIUSALFORD) November 1, 2022
Y’all niggas killed takeoff over a fucking dice game !!!!? 🤦🏿♂️ pic.twitter.com/Ul5k1pNlnL
— They Want Me Dead Like Pac (@KingMosesDaGod) November 1, 2022
TMZ posted Takeoff’s dead body when reporting his murder. Would they do the same for a white country artist? Or would they be more respectful?
Where does the impulse to film and post a lifeless dead Black body come from? Maybe this is why Black death has become so normalized
— Cadence Weapon (@cadenceweapon) November 1, 2022
Seeing Takeoff being dead is crazy. cause he was really apart of one of rap’s most influential rap groups and he wasn’t someone new on the scene. 😭 we been listening to this man rap since middle school and now seeing him gone is even more scary then hearing quavo crying hurts.
— ❤️🔥 (@kountupp) November 1, 2022
On a serious note @Twitter needs to remove every account that is posting videos of Takeoff laying dead in a pool of blood. I don’t want to see that on my TL imagine if a family member of his was scrolling through twitter and saw that! It’s disgusting!
— Devil In The Details (@DevildetailsMU) November 1, 2022