Is Quavo Dead?
According to TMZ, a shooting occurred at a bowling alley in Houston, Texas on Tuesday, where a man was pronounced dead at the scene after being shot in the neck. Takeoff, also known as Kirshnik Khari Ball, debuted in 2008 and rose to prominence following the release of songs such as Bad and Boujee. Takeoff, a member of the rap group Migos, was beloved by millions around the world. He recently released the music video for his and Quavo’s new song, Messy.
Takeoff, an American rapper, was born Kirshnik Khari Ball on June 18, 1994, in Georgia. He rose to prominence as a member of the hip-hop group Migos. Polo Club was the group’s original stage name before changing to Migos. When Culture II, the group’s second and final album, was released in January 2018, it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
What Happened To Quavo?
Just hours before his death, Takeoff posted a photo of himself standing outside a bowling alley. He shared the image alongside the song’s lyrics, Stop Breathing. Quavo was also spotted in a car with Jas Prince, the CEO of Young Empire Music Group. Following the incident at a bowling alley in Houston, Texas on Tuesday, the artist’s Migos bandmate Quavo rushed to help. According to TMZ footage, Quavo, who was not injured in the shooting, can be heard screaming for help. The shooting is thought to have occurred while the two were playing dice.
Is Quavo Killed?
Artists have taken to social media this morning as they paid tribute to Takeoff.
Lil Pump said: “God plz tell me this ain’t true.”
Hip hop star Kida The Great said: “Please god don’t be real.”
DJ First Class tweeted: “Rest in paradise Takeoff. F**k man!! This s**t just hit hard and I’m tryna grasp words to say but I can’t.”
And, the musical star Curly Head Monty posted: “R.I.P. King. Gone too soon. This shii gotta stop [sic].”
Takeoff was fatally shot at a party in Houston, Texas, according to TMZ. There are currently few details available about what precipitated the attack. At the scene, the iconic artist was pronounced dead.
Quavo Calling For Help
TMZ obtained shocking video of TakeOff’s bandmate and uncle Quavo desperately calling for help as the iconic rapper lay on the floor. Quavo can be seen in an orange shirt attempting to move TakeOff before returning him to the ground. Following the shooting of rapper Takeoff, two others were reportedly taken to the hospital. The shootings occurred at a private party. It’s unclear what prompted the shooting. Takeoff, also known as Kirshnik Khari Ball, is a member of the hip-hop group Migos. The Georgia native began rapping in 2008, and Migos released their first mixtape in August 2011. The group was known for their song Versace, and in 2016, they had their first number-one single, Bad and Boujee.
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