Who was Takeoff dating? Rapper who never posted about his love life shot dead in Houston
Takeoff was shot and killed in Houston over a dice game
HOUSTON, TEXAS: Kirshnik Khari Ball, known professionally as Takeoff, is dead. The American rapper was best known as a member of the hip-hop trio Migos along with his uncle Quavo and first cousin Offset. According to initial accounts on social media, he was allegedly shot and killed in Houston over a dice game. He was 28.
The fatal shooting occurred at a bowling alley called 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston, confirmed TMZ. According to the outlet, "Takeoff and Quavo were there playing dice when an altercation broke out and that's when someone opened fire." Takeoff was reportedly pronounced dead on the scene. The 28-year-old was not openly dating anyone, at least publicly. He hadn't declared any official relationships or significant others in social media posts. He also had never uploaded any 'romantic' pictures to indicate that he went on dates or was courting anyone.
Who was Takeoff dating?
Since Migos’ rise to fame in 2013, Quavo and Offset have always been spotted in the forefront. Takeoff was always present, around the two of them, but he was considered less popular when compared to them. When it came to his dating life, Takeoff had never been spotted with any of the gorgeous ladies of Hollywood or the music industry and was apparently single at the time of his death. He had been romantically involved with Dreamdoll in 2018 and was rumored to be dating Rubi Rose and model Heather Rose in 2016. He was also involved with Lakeya Darshay.
Takeoff also made headlines when he got photographed with global pop star Katy Perry. The usually shy and introvert rapper apparently hit it off really well with Perry at a party in 2017. According to MTO News, the rumoured couple went together to a ‘Saturday Night Live’ after-party. It all apparently happened when Perry had collaborated with Migos’ on her song, ‘Bon Appetit.’ Unfortunately, none of them addressed the dating gossip but Takeoff had then taken it to his official Instagram account announcing that he was "single". The Georgia native had shared a picture with the caption ‘Loner’ in June 2017. He deleted that post later.
After Quavo allegedly cheated on Saweetie, and Offset cheated on Cardi B, a joke took over social media that the third member of Migos, Takeoff, would be next. While it was unlikely that he would cheat because he didn't appear to have a girlfriend, Twitter was still flooded with jokes about it. A person wrote, "Offset, Quavo all dumped by their girlfriends. Now waiting for Takeoff to complete a hattrick."
Offset, Quavo all dumped by their girlfriends. Now waiting for Takeoff to complete a hattrick pic.twitter.com/ICfYR0lNmt— MonatellyMag (@Sharx515) March 19, 2021
"Multiple Houston promoters are claiming they allegedly saw Takeoff get shot and killed at an event," SayCheese said on Twitter about the shooting that allegedly claimed Takeoff's life.
Multiple Houston promoters are claiming they allegedly saw Takeoff get shot & killed at an event. (More as the story develops) pic.twitter.com/VrMRuhhJME— SAY CHEESE! 👄🧀 (@SaycheeseDGTL) November 1, 2022
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