That quality control music Family lost a third of their hit group migos after Take off died November 1st. In the midst of the world mourning the rapper, QC and his CEO peter thomas released statements about the unexpected death, its cause, and respect for Takeoff’s family.
“It is with broken hearts and deep sadness that we mourn the loss of our beloved brother, Kirsnick Khari Ball, known to the world as Takeoff. Senseless violence and a stray bullet have taken another life from this world and we are devastated,” the record label said. “Please respect his family and friends as we all continue to process this monumental loss.”
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QC’s statement is the first definitive answer the public has received about how the rapper died. However, the source of the stray bullet remains unclear. Several stories have already taken to social media as photos and videos of moments before, during and after filming are circulating online.
On Tuesday (1.11.) TMZ Also released footage engaged in a heated discussion with someone by Quavo. Takeoff is a few feet from him. Then someone says “yeah let’s go” but a series of rapid movements takes place that the recording camera barely captures. Seconds later, several shots are heard.
Aftermath features a disturbing scene of a distraught Quavo screaming on the ground near his nephew’s corpse. A pool of blood pooled near the rapper’s head as his crew tried to move his body but decided against it.
Police received a 911 call shortly after 2:30 a.m. local time regarding the shooting at 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston. Takeoff was pronounced dead at the scene.
In a press conference on Tuesday, the Houston Police Department questioned those attending the private event “rising up” and give information about the shooting. So far, no suspects or arrests have been made.
QC CEO denounces disagreements that lead to violence
Celebrities including Drake, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Desiigner, The Game and Fivio Foreign yesterday expressed their condolences and sadness. But strong words came from the man and manager who oversaw Takeoff’s rise to fame and musical influence. Within an hour of QC releasing a statement, CEO Pierre “P” Thomas spoke of his love for the fallen artist in a separate message.
“Young king @yrntakeoff I don’t know where to start but I want to say that everyone who knows me knows how much I love you and everyone who knows you knows you definitely don’t deserve it hate to die at such a young age. We only get 1 life and when it’s gone it’s over, no going back,” P wrote on Instagram.
Then the CEO addressed his words to the community. He denounced violence in disagreements and urged people to pay attention to what they share online about Takeoff.
“With this, I want our community to remember that we don’t have to lead to violence every time there’s a disagreement. It’s okay to love your brother and sister. We are all guilty of self-loathing, but I pray that this never-ending cycle will one day change us all. We have so many memories to keep your name alive,” P wrote. “As we mourn your loss, I pray that everyone would please understand what the family is seeing with the videos and negative comments online. This is someone’s child. Let them go through this process with peace and love.”
P ended his testimony with loving words for Takeoff, saying: “You came from the stars, so I know you’ll be up there forever, looking down on us all.”
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