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Takeoff Was Hit By A Stray Bullet In The Head By His Own People While Trying To Protect Quavo

Takeoff Was Hit By A Stray Bullet In The Head By His Own People While Trying To Protect Quavo

Dreddsworld broke the heartbreaking news earlier that Migos rapper Takeoff has sadly passed away. Takeoff was shot and killed over a dice game in Houston.

We promised to share more information on the incident once we have and here they are. According to reports reaching us, Takeoff was accidentally shot by his own people.

As per Gossip Of The City via Twitter; “Takeoff never saw it coming. He was hit with a stray bullet in the head. It was an accident. The people he was with did it while trying to protect Quavo who was getting into with a another dude over a dice game. Quavo was getting hit and getting mad. It led to takeoff dying.”

“Takeoff never said a word to anyone . He was chilling in the cut minding his business. He stood up to see what was happening and got hit. I believe he was hit twice. Once by the dude who was with them and once by the other ppl shooting back. The head shot killed him immediately.”

Kirshnik Khari Ball (born June 18, 1992), known professionally as Takeoff, is best known as a member of the hip hop trio Migos along with his uncle Quavo and first cousin once removed Offset.

Migos initially rose to prominence after the release of their single “Versace”, in 2013. The song was remixed by Canadian rapper Drake and peaked at number 99 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 31 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Migos achieved their first number one single in 2016 with “Bad and Boujee” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, peaking on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of January 21, 2017. The song has gone on to be certified four times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

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