A new video surfaced on the internet which is obtained by TMZ shows the moments before Migos member, Takeoff, was fatally shot in downtown Houston recently. The video shows Quavo, one of the other members of Migos, getting into an argument with someone, and Takeoff was near him.

Rapper Takeoff shot to death
Rapper Takeoff shot to death

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Some important pieces of evidence came to light and  Shakur Stevenson can also be seen standing next to Takeoff in the video. The sound from the clip reveals the discussion about basketball, and someone which is possibly Quavo, saying “I don’t get down like that.”

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Footage Reveals a Man With Gun Standing Near Takeoff Before His Death

Video related to Takeoff's death went viral
Video related to Takeoff’s death went viral

After the heated argument, you can hear the sound of multiple gunshots, and people are seen running away from the bullets. At least 10 shots could be heard being fired at that moment which resulted in Takeoff’s death at the scene. After this horrible incident, Houston Police Department Chief Troy Finner has asked any witnesses of the shooting to come forward so that they can carry the investigation further. Two other people were hospitalized following the incident, but they are reported to be in better condition. They’ve also been called on by police to assist in the investigation.

Police launch investigation over Migos star Takeoff’s death

Police launched Takeoff's death investigation
Police launched Takeoff’s death investigation

Michael Arrington, the lead investigator on the case, asked help from the public to send police any sort of evidence regarding the case that may help to figure things out in the right direction. He added:

“We want to find justice for this family, They’re going through a lot right now … Help us to apprehend and get charges and arrest the person responsible for the death of Takeoff.”

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Police chief Troy Finner also confirmed during the conference that the suspects might have appeared as guests at the private party that the Bad and Boujee rapper attended. Not only have we lost a talented rapper, but Migos, who earned two number-one albums on the US Billboard 200 chart and topped the Hot 100 chart with Bad and Boujee, lost one of their precious members. Till now, no suspects have been arrested, the authorities said, and they requested that any witnesses who left the scene come forward with additional information.

Source: pagesix.com

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