US rapper Takeoff of the group Migos was shot dead in Houston, photos from the scene show Takeoff lying dead on the floor.
Rapper Takeoff was shot and killed subsequent to playing dice outside a Houston club.
He was taken shots at 2.30 am today as a gathering assembled externally at a bowling alley called 810 Billiards and Bowling Houston.
A photograph from the scene shows Takeoff lying dead on the floor with a pool of blood close to his head, hours after he posted an Instagram story of himself wearing a similar outfit while smoking. Takeoff is most popular as an individual from the hip-hop threesome Migos.
Takeoff had joined his uncle and fellow Migos rapper Quavo to play dice before the shooting according to Witnesses and law enforcement sources. A battle breaks out during a dice game and a man starts shooting, shooting Takeoff all the while.
American Rapper Takeoff Shot Dead Video
Video footage shows Takeoff lying dead on the floor. Quavo who wearing an orange top rushes to his side. And screamed for someone to help.
Takeoff and Quavo were playing dice when “an altercation broke out and that’s when someone opened fire, shooting Takeoff,” said the entertainment outlet.
Takeoff had posted a selfie from what appeared to be the bowling alley a couple of hours before the shooting. The venue, 810 Billiards & Bowling, said they would be closed on Tuesday. Early tributes.
Takeoff was born into the world in 1994 in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Growing up with Quavo – his uncle, yet just three years more seasoned than him Quavo’s mom, Edna, began rapping at an early age. In his book Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story, Joe Coscarelli states that the three-part Takeoff of Migos “set the earliest time in the art of rapping” and was vigorously motivated by Lil Wayne’s rap bunch The Hot Young men. Tupac, Big deal, and OutKast collections they would purchase at the neighborhood swap meet.