US media says that Takeoff, a rapper from the successful band Migos, was shot and died in Houston.
The rapper “Takeoff” was killed on Tuesday morning at a bowling alley where he was playing dice with his uncle and bandmate, Quavo, according to the police, who spoke to Variety magazine.
The celebrity, Kirshnik Khari Ball, was a 28-year-old man. One of the most well-known groups of their time, Migos invented the “Migos flow,” a choppy, staccato triplet rapping technique.
The band, which broke up earlier this year, had a number of global successes, including Versace, Bad and Boujee, and Walk It Talk It. The shooting happened outside Houston’s 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley at around 2:30 local time (07:30 GMT).
Damn take off 💔 #TakeOff #takeoffdead #takeoffshot pic.twitter.com/hzhan570gd— Danny Breezy (@DannyBreezy) November 1, 2022
40 to 50 people had been attending a private party at the location, according to the police, when shots were fired. While nearby security officers heard the rounds, they were unable to identify the shooter.
Police claimed that when they arrived, they discovered a sizable throng and a man suffering from a head or neck injuries. At the scene, he was identified as deceased.
Police say they are reviewing the incident’s CCTV footage and are asking the public for help. Takeoff had already uploaded images of himself to Instagram from the bowling alley. Social media users posted images of the crime scene that looked to show a man who was wearing similar clothing laying on the ground.
Quavo’s injuries in the incident have not been verified, according to reports. According to police, two other casualties were taken in private vehicles to the hospital.
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