Who Is Patrick Xavier Clark? In connection with the shooting death of the rapper Takeoff, the Houston Police Department has made an arrest. Patrick Xavier Clark was detained in the case on Thursday night, according to Chief Troy Finner, who stated this on Friday. On November 1, the rapper, 28, was fatally shot after an altercation in a Houston bowling alley. The authorities pronounced him dead there.
Takeoff’s uncle Quavo, a member of the Migos, was also present during the shooting and was shown on tape arguing with others just before shots were fired. According to a report from the Harris County Medical Examiner, Takeoff, a member of the platinum-selling rap duo Migos, passed away from “gunshot wounds of the head and chest into the arm.” It was decided that homicide was the cause of death.
Takeoff was injured by gunfire, according to the police, even though he was an innocent bystander, not a party to the altercation, and unarmed. When the incident occurred, there were over 30 people present, and the majority of them departed without providing a statement to the police.
Who Is Patrick Xavier Clark?
According to Houston Police Department Chief Troy Finner, after being detained on Thursday, Patrick Xavier Clark has been charged with murder. On Houston, Texas’s east side, he was taken into custody. He has 33 years of age.
Investigators identified Patrick Xavier Clark as the “fatal shooter in the case,” according to Houston Police officer Michael Burrow, using ballistic data, physical evidence, and a gunshot reconstruction.
Prosecutors are requesting a $1 million bail amount for Patrick Xavier Clark, according to a TMZ story. Prosecutors are asking that Patrick Xavier Clark be placed under house arrest if he is granted bail. They also request a court order barring Patrick Xavier Clark from communicating with Takeoff’s family, J. Prince Jr. and his family, Shakur Stevenson, and anyone from Shakur’s “place of employment.”
What Happened To Takeoff?
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The Migos member allegedly got shot over a dice game at a private party in Houston last month, and he died outside a bowling alley. Just hours before his death, he had uploaded a photo of himself standing outside the event.
Burrow stated, “I can assure you Takeoff was not playing the dice game, he was not participating in the argument that occurred outside, he was not armed, he was an innocent bystander. The rapper was in the “wrong place at the wrong time,” Chief Troy Finner of the Houston Police Department added.
Who Was Related To Takeoff?
Takeoff was a member of the rap group Migos, which is located in Georgia. Takeoff (Kirshnik Khari Ball, age 28), Quavo (Quavious Keyate Marshall, age 31), and Offset made comprised the original trio (Kiari Kendrell Cephus, age 30).
Takeoff was Quavo’s nephew and Offset’s cousin, making him linked to the other members of his group. Offset is highly recognized for being Cardi B‘s husband as well. Rolling Stone claims that Quavo’s mother, Edna Marshall reared the three upcoming rappers in the same home in Atlanta’s northern suburbs.