Takeoff, a member of the rap group Migos, was killed in a club shooting over a dice game.
Takeoff, an American rapper who was born Kirshnik Khari Ball and was 28 years old, was reportedly killed in a shooting at a club in Houston on Friday night.
Rumors heard by 2Rvisionnews, but not yet confirmed, say that the rapper was killed in a fight over a dice game outside of a bar.
The fatal shooting took place in the 1200 block of Polk Street, which is located in the central business district of Houston.
At the scene of the incident, there were representatives from at least a dozen different law enforcement agencies. At the scene, responding authorities discovered two victims suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Both victims were male. The two victims were taken to a local hospital, where it was determined that one of them had passed away, and the other victim is currently in critical condition.
Takeoff, an American rapper, has been determined to be the victim who passed away.
The stories have been validated by a number of other promoters in Houston.
The suspect allegedly ran away from the scene of the crime and is still at large at this time, according to law enforcement agencies. At the moment, everyone has been strongly told to stay away from the scene of the incident, where there are a lot of police officers.
According to other stories, Quavo was also present during the gunshot, but he was spared injury in the incident.
It has not been determined what motivated the horrific shooting at this time.
In 2008, the victim, Takeoff, along with other family members, Quavo and Offset, began their careers as rap artists. Takeoff was the first cousin once removed of Offset and the nephew of Quavo.
Late in the year, rumors started to spread that Takeoff had left the group, leaving Quavo and Offset to keep making music as Migos without him.