According to TMZ, the Migos rapper (actual name Kirshnik Khari Ball) was fatally shot early Tuesday morning at 810 Billiards and Bowling in downtown Houston (November 1). He was 28 years old. Follow hitsbuddy for latest news.

During a dice game between Takeoff and Quavo, an incident ensued and shots were fired, striking Takeoff “either in the head or near his skull.” Contrary to earlier claims to the contrary, Quavo was not harmed.

Houston Police confirmed through Twitter that officers responded to a shooting near 1200 Polk St. One person was discovered dead upon arrival, but their identity has not yet been disclosed.

Later, the police disclosed that two additional casualties were transferred to local hospitals. According to Click2Houston.com, officials confirmed that Takeoff and Quavo were there at the time of the incident.

Takeoff, it was disgusting to see this happen to you. The entire night, he was preoccupied with his own business. I’m unwell. “


A picture that was supposedly taken seconds before the shooting shows Takeoff standing outside the bowling alley with a group of people in Halloween costumes. He is wearing the same white t-shirt and black leggings that he wore in his most recent Instagram Story.

A video circulating on social media claims to show Takeoff’s unmoving body on the ground following the shooting. One can see a distressed Quavo standing over his body and asking for assistance.

Takeoff died in a terrible way just a few weeks after his album with his uncle, Quavo. Only Built For Infinity Links, debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200. TAKEOFF DIES AT 28 MINUTES AFTER HOUSTON SHOOTING

Early in the 2010s, the Lawrenceville, Georgia native shot to prominence as a member of the Migos, alongside Quavo and Offset. The Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony popularised the triplet flow in the 1990s. Which the prominent group helped popularise among a new generation with their 2013 track “Versace.”

Migos released numerous mixtapes, studio albums, and hit singles. Topping the Billboard charts with Culture, Culture II, and “Bad and Boujee” with Lil Uzi Vert.

HipHopDX extends condolences to the family, friends, and fans of Takeoff.

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