Houston, Texas (KTRK) Rapper Takeoff from the Migos passed away at a Houston bowling alley last month. A 22-year-old guy is accused of having weapons on the night he died. No one has been charged with the murder of Takeoff, but Cameron Joshua has been accused with two counts of possessing a firearm while a convicted felon.
The video up top is a clip from an old news item. Wednesday’s court date was attended by Joshua. During the hearing, it was revealed that surveillance footage and a tip that Joshua was in possession of a gun had assisted authorities in connecting the guy to the Takeoff shooting scene.
We believe Cameron Joshua’s charges are appropriate in this case, said to prosecutor Matt Gilliam. We continue to investigate what happened to Takeoff.
Joshua’s attorney, Christopher Downey, asserted that he believes the charges would have been different if the district attorney had believed Joshua was responsible for the shooting.
“I haven’t seen evidence that demonstrates Cameron Joshua had any involvement in the incident, that he fired a gun that killed the man, or was even involved in it,” Cameron Joshua’s attorney claimed.
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Because Joshua was already released on bond for using a fraudulent ID, Downey claimed that his bond hearing had been postponed until the next week. A court will decide whether the bond should be completely cancelled.
Joshua had an older Department of Public Safety mugshot instead of a recent one. The individual has already faced charges in Harris County for a number of offences, including breaking into a car and altering official records.
According to records, he is also sought after for fleeing punishment in another state. Police were called to the 810 Billiard and Bowling alley at 1210 San Jacinto Street in downtown Houston at around 2:30 a.m. on November 1 because someone had been shot.
When the police came, they discovered a man who had been fatally shot on the third level, right outside the entrance to the alley. According to the police, the individual was Kirshnick Khari Ball, also referred to as Takeoff.
In the group Migos, Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset all participated.
After a party finished, a sizable crowd of people gathered close to the front entrance, according to workers at the scene who spoke with HPD officers. Someone began to argue at that meeting, which resulted in the fatal gunshot.
Security personnel in the neighbourhood heard the shooting but did not witness the perpetrator, according to a police spokesperson. Additionally shot were a 23-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman, both of whom made their own way to the hospital.
The rap group Migos, which also comprised Takeoff’s uncle Quavo and cousin Offset, had Takeoff as one of its youngest members. The group originated from an Atlanta suburb. Their big break came in 2013, when “Versace” became a massive smash. The song was remixed by Drake, which increased its popularity.
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Takeoff was not included on the group’s multi-week No. 1 song “Bad and Boujee,” which also featured Lil Uzi Vert and has four Top 10 songs on the Billboard Hot 100. They issued “Culture,” “Culture II,” and “Culture III,” three albums. The Billboard 200 album list was immediately topped by the first two of these albums. For songs including “Motorsport (featuring Cardi B and Nicki Minaj),” “Stir Fry,” and “Walk It Talk It,” which have received millions of streams, they also received an ASCAP Vanguard Award in 2018.