Takeoff fans are angry at people who shared a viral video of the rapper’s last and dying moments on social media and also shared a viral picture of his dead body.
Takeoff, a member of the group Migos, was killed in a shooting recently, and a video of his last moments has gone viral.
Migos Rapper Takeoff Shooting Pics Unedited On Twitter
— Jus Swagg (@iDJswagg) November 1, 2022
TMZ video of Quavo getting punched then TakeOff getting shot. You can see a grainy video of the *Shooter in a black polo shirt black hat and Satchel with red strap across his chest. pic.twitter.com/yJHVerli82
— MANIFEST (@Manifestxxx) November 1, 2022
Takeoff, who was from Georgia, was shot and killed in a bowling alley in Houston, Texas, on Tuesday, according to reports.
Whoever recorded that video while that man Takeoff is literally on his last breaths and Quavo grieving in the background is the worst kind of person 🤦🏽♂️Have some respect or at least decency to not post that shit until it's confirmed
— Oso Shifty (@cosmosososhifty) November 1, 2022
Who Killed Migos Rapper Takeoff?
Around 7:30 p.m. GMT (2:30 a.m. local time), the shooting happened in Boling Alley in Houston, Texas. The Grammy-nominated musician, who is 28 years old, was with his uncle and bandmate, Quavo, on a balcony outside the 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley.
When the shooting happened, Takeoff and Quavo were reportedly playing dice and hanging out on the balcony. Several reports say that the fighting started because of a disagreement over a dice game.
In a statement, Takeoff’s record label said that they were very upset and that what happened was senseless violence. The statement says that the famous and well-liked rapper was killed by a bullet that didn’t hit him.
Takeoff’s uncle Quavo, who was also there, was lucky enough to get out of the situation without getting hurt.
The Disturbing Viral Video
The disturbing video is all over social media, and it shows the rapper, who has since died, lying on the ground. Viewers can see other people running around, like Quavo, who screams while this is going on.
Some Takeoff fans keep sharing the disturbing clip, which can be seen as disrespectful to the late rapper by many of his fans.
Someone on Twitter tweeted:
“Please don’t post the video of Takeoff’s death again on Twitter…
we don’t need to see it. No one should see it.”
Other people on Twitter said that the video was an invasion of privacy, and others said they were worried about Takeoff’s family, who have to watch the scary video.
The shootings are really shocking, and the police are still looking into what happened. As of now, the police don’t know if the shootings were meant for Takeoff or if the bullets just went in the wrong direction.
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