Migos star Takeoff has reportedly been shot and killed in Houston.
Hollywood Unlocked reporter Jason Lee has posted news that Takeoff – real name Kirshnik Khari Ball – has been shot and killed during a dice game in Houston, Texas.
The story is breaking, and subject to further confirmation. In a post, Jason Lee comments: “Updating our story. Takeoff from Migos is dead. Quavo was not shot. This is wild. Sending condolences to the family.”
Find the post below.
Updating our story. Takeoff from Migos is dead. Quavo was not shot. This is wild. Sending condolences to the family.— Jason Lee (@theonlyjasonlee) November 1, 2022
UPDATE: TMZ have independently verified the news.
28 year old Takeoff was a key part of Migos, forming the group with his uncle Quavo, and cousin Offet. Together, the three-piece found colossal success, with their ‘Culture’ trilogy helping to re-shape commercial hip-hop in a new decade.
A noted solo artist, Takeoff’s 2018 album ‘The Last Rocket’ found widespread acclaim. With Migos on hiatus, Quavo and Takeoff united separately, releasing their duo album ‘Only Built For Infinity Links’ earlier this year.
In our review, Clash wrote: “At its best, though, the record more than justifies the excitement – the post-Migos landscape is looking very inviting indeed.”
Shocked fans are immediately showing their support for the other members of Migos:
Last picture of the migos before takeoff and quavo got shot last night at houston but takeoff didn’t make it🥶. Rip takeoff🥀🪦 pic.twitter.com/ZIgrVAQWkk— Macron inu (@macron_inu) November 1, 2022
More on this story as it develops.