'Don't think we playing': New video shows rapper Quavo sitting in car with gun before Takeoff was shot dead

The video shows Migos rapper Quavo and members of their posse sitting in a car with a gun that resembles a Sig Sauer Pistol

'Don't think we playing': New video shows rapper Quavo sitting in car with gun before Takeoff was shot dead
Rumors also claim that the Migos band was on the verge of splitting as Quavo and Takeoff released a song without their third bandmate (Paras Griffin/Getty Images for BET)
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HOUSTON, TEXAS: Rapper Takeoff's death unravels new shreds of mysterious evidence each passing day since his tragic death. A new eerie video emerges where Migos' fellow bandmate Quavo is spotted sitting with a gun in the car just hours before Takeoff was shot and killed in a chaotic outbreak outside Houston bowling alley, as per Daily Mail.

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The 28-year-old died on Tuesday morning, November 1, hours after he released a music video with his uncle Quavo, reported Daily Mail. There are many speculations surrounding the rapper's untimely death. While a few claim that Takeoff was shot in the crossfire, others claim that the bullet was meant for Quavo. But was the rapper killed in a friendly fire?

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A new video shows rapper Quavo sitting in his car with a handgun in the middle while being accompanied by his driver and later by a group of people. It is not clear whether the firearm, which resembles a Sig Sauer Pistol is real or which of the men it belongs to but a voice in the background of the video could be heard saying, "Don't think we playing, don't think we playing man." Takeoff is also seen standing nearby in the video and casually talking to his friends.

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The video was allegedly posted on Instagram by Mike 'Idothis' Prince. Prince could be heard saying, "Hey man we got a little bit of straightenin going on," he told Quavo who responds with a nod and a friendly hand gesture. In 2021, Migos released a hit single 'Straightenin' and the group has said the term refers to resolving, or straightening out, a dispute, according to Daily Mail. A few other men were also seen kicking back in the car with Quavo and his driver at the time.

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In another video, a group of men were seen in a heated argument, including Quavo and Takeoff who appeared to be part of it. Seconds later, reportedly more than 10 rounds of gunfire erupt and the crowd can be seen fleeing in an attempt to save their lives. Takeoff was shot in the head and torso in the melee and pronounced dead outside a private party at 810 Billiards & Bowling. Rumors also claim that the Migos band was on the verge of splitting as Quavo and Takeoff released a song without their third bandmate, Offset, reported the source. Moreover, despite numerous videos emerging each day, no arrests have been made as of yet. 

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