According to TMZ, Takeoff, one-third of the rap group Migos was shot and killed in Houston Tuesday morning at the young age of 28. After an altercation over a dice game at a private event at 810 Billiards and Bowling, the shooting took place.
Houston Police and Fire Department personnel arrived on the scene at 2:40 AM to respond to multiple reports of a shooting. At the scene, Takeoff was declared dead. Two more people were also shot and taken to hospital.
Quavo, Takeoff’s uncle and another member of Migos, was there at the time. He was not hurt. TMZ footage shows Quavo huddled about Takeoff, calling for help.
Police have not confirmed the victims’ identities, and the information will not be public until the county coroner has verified it and his family is notified.
Takeoff posted a selfie at the bowling alley hours before the shooting on Instagram. He appeared to be happy and in good spirits.
In 2008, Takeoff and Quavo formed the Migos with Offset and Offset. They broke into the mainstream in 2013 with the release of “Versace,” their single. Two years later, they teamed up with Quality Control to release their first studio album, Yung Rich Nation. Their second album, Culture, was nominated for the Grammy award as Best Rap Album of 2017.
Takeoff recently released music under the “Unc & Phew” name. The duo also shared a music video for “Messy,” which was posted on Monday. Takeoff also released The Last Rocket, a solo album, in 2018.
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