WATCH: Quavo calls for help after rapper “Takeoff” shot video

Hip-hop stars and fans mourned the death of American rapper Takeoff from chart-#1 group Migos after he was shot and killed at the age of 28. The artist, real name Kirshnik Khari Ball, died in Houston on Tuesday. Ja Rule, Kid Cudi, Khalid and Dave posted their condolences via social media, and Rick Ross called rapper Takeoff a young legend. Migos were one of the most influential groups of their generation, leading the way the choppy staccato trio rap known as the Migos Flow. The recently disbanded band has released several global hits, including Bad and Boujee, Versace and Walk It Talk It. After Migos rapper Takeoff was shot and killed in Houston, Texas, videos of the incident began circulating through news sites and social media, confusing many fans on the web.

Houston Police Department said rapper Takeoff and his Migos group member and relative Quavo, real name Quavious Marshall, attended a secret party at 810 billiards and bowling when the shooting took place. confirmed that it was He has not yet been arrested. Rapper Takeoff was only 28 years old. Shortly after Takeoff’s death, TMZ shared graphic photos of the fatal shooting and then updated the post to include the sound of a 911 call announcing the incident. The sound of a wounded Quavo crying and shouting Takeoff’s name quickly spread through social media. On Tuesday evening, the phrase ‘listen to Qwabo’ started to become popular on Twitter, and criticism of graphic content poured in. Writer and rapper Cadence Weapon mentioned an incident on sites like TMZ where Takeoff would have run a video of his body if he wasn’t the rapper.

Migos rapper takeoff shot dead in Houston

Unfortunately, Migos rapper Takeoff (real name Kirshnik Khari Ball) was shot and killed early Tuesday morning in Houston, Texas. Following confirmation from several law enforcement agencies and several onlookers, the publication detailed the famous rapper died around 2:30 a.m. at 810 Billiards and at a bowling alley called Bowling Houston. According to the rumors, Migos’ youngest Takeoff visited the bowling alley with Kwabo. There, he quarreled with someone, and in retaliation, an unidentified man started shooting at him, injuring several people in the area. The shot sadly hit rapper Takeoff over or close to his head and he was declared dead on the spot. In a video obtained by TMZ Hip Hop, Quavocan is seen at a crime scene wearing an orange shirt. Reportedly, the crowd tried to move the takeoff first, but at that moment he put him back on the ground and Quavo called for help.

Police also informed TMZ that two other people were shot during the incident and taken to hospital in another vehicle. Nevertheless, Quavo escaped the episode unharmed. Surprised fans visited social media platforms to pay tribute to Takeoff’s family and dear colleagues. One user said: I ask if it’s false. (as in the original text). One more tweet, #riptakeoff It’s a hassle to pay condolences to your loved ones this quarter. Meanwhile, one fan wrote, “Getting up and dying to take off isn’t the way to start the morning. Lord! May he rest in peace. Just hours before the terrible thing happened, Rapper Takeoff shared a selfie he took at the bowling alley via his social media account. In the published photo, he is seen wearing a white shirt and black trackpants. In a viral video circulating through social media, he is seen lying on the floor wearing a similar outfit. With family and close people in mind, I have mentioned not to share scary videos online.

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