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Takeoff dead body pictures
Takeoff dead body pictures were taken the moment he was shot dead.
Who shot takeoff: How was he killed?
In front of a Houston pool hall and bowling alley on Tuesday morning, rapper Takeoff of the rap group Migos was shot and died.
According to TMZ, an altercation started when Takeoff, whose true name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, and bandmate Quavo, whose actual name is Quavious Keyate Marshall, were playing dice with another group at the bowling alley at around 2:30 a.m.
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The news source claims that Takeoff was pronounced dead at the crime site, but Quavo was unhurt.
Investigators believe Takeoff, who Houston police chief Troy Finner described as being exceptionally peaceful and caring, was there at the party with the assailant, according to Finner.
Two weapons were reportedly used in the incident, and the officials asserted that they have no reason to believe that Takeoff was involved in any criminal activity.
They are requesting any witnesses or anyone with information to come forward so they can identify the murderer.
Takeoff Biography, Early Life and Career
Takeoff was born in Lawrenceville, a town in Gwinnett County, Georgia, in the United States. In the United States, in the Georgian town of Lawrenceville, Takeoff was raised by his mother, Quavo, and Offset.
Along with Quavo and Offset, members of his family, Takeoff began rapping in 2008. The group’s original stage name was Polo Club, but they eventually changed it to Migos.
The group released Juug Season, a mixtape, as their first full-length record on August 25, 2011. They released the mixtape No Label on June 1st, 2012.
“Bad and Boujee,” a song by Migos with lil Uzi Vert that peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of January 21, 2017, became the group’s first number-one single.
The song received four platinum certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Takeoff makes an appearance in a background scene of the music video but is neither mentioned or given credit for the song.
Takeoff claims that he wasn’t included in the song since he was preoccupied during the time it was being recorded.
When queried about his absence by hosts Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks on June 24, 2017, during the taping of Complex’s Everyday Struggle at the BET Awards 2017, he said, “Does it look like I’m left off “Bad and Boujee”?”
Takeoff’s remark prompted Budden to leave the set, and before security intervened, a fight between Migos and Budden and their entourages broke out.