Takeoff, a member of Migos, is believed to be dead at the age of 28.
According to TMZ, the rapper was killed in a Texas bowling alley on Tuesday morning during a game of dice.
According to reports, police received a call at 2:40 a.m. from a man who had been involved in an altercation and was shot at 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston.
According to the Houston Police Department, the individual was declared dead on the spot.
According to Lt. Christina Salazar, between 40 and 50 people were present at the bowling alley at the time of the shooting. She also stated that two additional victims were transported in private cars to nearby hospitals.
Police confirmed that Takeoff, his uncle and groupmate Quavo were there but have not yet identified the victims.
Footage taken by TMZ shows Quavo trying to move his nephew at the bowling alley before putting him down, screaming for help.
According to the site, the 31-year old was not hurt.
Quavo and Takeoff founded Migos with Offset in 2008. Offset is Quavo’s cousin. Cardi B, the husband of Cardi B (30), was not there at the time.
The Grammy-nominated group’s fans took to Twitter to express their grief over Takeoff’s death.
One social media user said, “I can’t picture Migos without Takeoff & Quavo together.” “Was family …”
Another said, “RIP Takeoff.” He was a hit-maker and a businessman. This is not fair.
Quavo and Takeoff spoke earlier this month about the possibility that their careers could continue without Offset.
Quavo stated, “I feel like we want our career to be a duo. You know what I mean?” Quavo shared on the “Big Facts” podcast.
In an Oct. 4 interview, he said that he had just come from a family of loyal people… and that they should stick together. Sometimes, things don’t always work out the way they should.
Takeoff said, “We don’t know all of the answers.” “… Only time will tell.