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Houston PD confirms Migos rapper Takeoff killed in shooting: ‘We will find who is responsible’

takeoff, from Migos Rap Trio, was confirmed to have been a victim in Tuesday’s fatal shooting in Houston, Texas. He was 28 years old.

Houston Police Department Chief Troy Finner was reassuring, saying “we’ll find out who’s responsible” as he called on the community to give any information to the authorities as more than 40 people could have witnessed the shooting that took place after 2 p.m.

Mayor Sylvester Turner said during a news conference, “Whoever has information about the shooter, let us bring this family to justice.” “We will settle the matter. We will find the shooter.”

He reiterated that the shooting was not a “Houston-unique situation” and that the crime rate in the fourth most populous city in the United States was “not the worst.”

When asked whether the takeoff could be linked to any criminal activity, Finer said, “We have no reason to believe that he was involved in any criminal activity at the time.”

Migos rapper takeoff mourned by celebrities: ‘It’s all just sad’

On Tuesday, the Migos trio was shot dead on takeoff in Houston, Texas, according to officials.

On Tuesday, the Migos trio was shot dead on takeoff in Houston, Texas, according to officials.
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According to the Houston Police Twitter feed, officers responded to reports of a shooting downtown at 1200 Polk, where “one victim was found dead on arrival”.

His attorney at the Findling law firm, Drew Findling, told Fox News Digital, “Along with my firm, I am devastated by the tragic death of Kirschnick Ball, who his fans know as Takeoff. Along with was a brilliant musical artist, but also a uniquely kind and gentle soul. He will be greatly missed now and forever.”

Officials shared more details about the shooting nearly two hours after the initial post.

“Update: 2 other victims taken to hospitals in private vehicles,” Houston police posted at 6:04 a.m. “We are not releasing the identity of the deceased victim until his family is notified and ID is not verified by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences. Updates on any incidents will be posted here.”

During the press conference on Tuesday, Finer said, ‘We will find out who is responsible.

“Somebody knows exactly who he was and I believe in it,” Finer said.

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