Migos rapper Takeoff is reportedly dead at 28, shot in Houston

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Migos member Takeoff is reportedly dead at age 28.

The rapper was shot and killed at a Texas bowling alley early Tuesday morning during a dice game, according to TMZ.

At 2:40 a.m., cops reportedly got the call for a man shot at 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston following an altercation.

The individual was pronounced dead at the scene, the Houston Police Department reports.

Lieutenant Salazar claimed 40 to 50 people were at the bowling alley when the shooting took place, explaining that two other victims were taken in private vehicles to nearby hospitals.

While police confirmed that Takeoff and Quavo were present at the scene, they have yet to identity the victims.

Footage obtained by TMZ appears to shows Quavo at the bowling alley, with the record producer trying to move his nephew before putting him down and yelling for help.

TMZ reports that the 31-year-old was not injured.


The rapper was reportedly shot and killed at a bowling alley.

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The rapper was reportedly shot and killed at a bowling alley.

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The rapper was reportedly shot and killed at a bowling alley.

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