Migos rapper Kirshnik Khari Ball TAKEOFF DIES, whose real name was Kirshnik Khari Ball, shot and killed early Tuesday morning at 810 Billiards and Bowling in downtown Houston, according to NewsKilo (November 1). He had turned 28. Follow NewsKilo for more info.
Takeoff and Quavo playing dice when something went wrong and shots fired, hitting Takeoff “in the head or near his skull.” Quavo not hurt, despite what some people said before.
On Twitter, the Houston Police Department said that officers called to a shooting near 1200 Polk St. When we got there, we found one person dead, but we don’t know who it yet.
Later, the police said that two more people who hurt taken to local hospitals. Click2Houston.com says that officials have confirmed that Takeoff and Quavo were there when the incident happened.
Takeoff, seeing this happen to you was disgusting. During the whole night, he was busy with his own things. I’m unwell. “
TAKEOFF DIES VIDEO
A picture that supposedly taken seconds before the shooting shows Takeoff standing outside the bowling alley with a group of people dressed up for Halloween. He is wearing the same white t-shirt and black leggings he wore in his most recent Instagram Story.
A video that is going around on social media is said to show Takeoff’s body lying still on the ground after he shot. One can see an upset Quavo standing over his dead body and asking for help.
Takeoff died in a terrible way just a few weeks after the album he made with his uncle, Quavo. Only Built For Infinity Links started out on the Billboard 200 at number seven.
TAKEOFF DIES AT 28 MINUTES AFTER HOUSTON SHOOTING
As a member of the Migos, along with Quavo and Offset, the Lawrenceville, Georgia native rose to fame at the start of the 2010s. In the 1990s, groups like Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony spread the triplet flow. With their 2013 song “Versace,” the well-known group helped a new generation get into the style.
Migos put out a lot of hit singles, mixtapes, and studio albums. The number one song on the Billboard charts with “Bad and Boujee” with Lil Uzi Vert.