Patrick Clark: Who killed Takeoff?

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Patrick Clark: Who killed Takeoff? Patrick Xavier Clark has been identified as the man who pulled the trigger, killing rapper Takeoff.

Clark, also known as DJ Pat in Houston, was detained on December 1 and is being kept in custody after posting a $2 million bond on a murder accusation. Before being apprehended, he reportedly attempted to flee to Mexico.

He allegedly provided an itinerary with Mexico as the destination to support the urgent request. Clark was found in possession of a sizable sum of cash, according to the arrest record, which was used by Houston prosecutors to ask the court to treat him as a flight risk.

Takeoff’s death, when did it happen?

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On November 1, Takeoff, real name Kirsnick Khari Ball, was shot and killed outside a party at a bowling alley in Downtown Houston. The shooting also resulted in two more injuries. Takeoff made up one-third of the renowned Migos, an Atlanta-based trio. He was related to Quavo and Offset, who were also other Migos musicians.

Friends of Patrick Clark believe he is innocent

Clark, according to Houston rapper Jmali, was well-known and adored in his city and also owned a well-known strip club named The Flame HTX.

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Jmali also said Clark never came across as a violent person and if he was involved with the shooting that night it had to be an accident. “You could see by the reactions of everyone that we’re shocked because that’s not the type of person [Clark] is,” Jmali told The Daily Beast. “He was about business, not violence.”

Another one of his friends said: “I know him. He’s not like that. I honestly feel like they got the wrong guy. He doesn’t get mad or hostile. He’s very nice and thoughtful. That’s all I have to say. I feel he is being framed.”

Where was Patrick Xavier Clark arrested?

Clark was detained on Sterling Green Boulevard on Thursday night, according to Houston police. Northeast Houston is where the street is. There are largely single-family homes in the region, according to a search. “Peaceful” is how Finner described the arrest. Finner suggested that there were numerous law enforcement officers present during the arrest.

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“We’re going to come and get you, and we come and get you professionally, but we come in force with everything that we have, and he gave up,” Finner said.

What triggered the tragic shooting of Takeoff?

The shooting, according to police, took place following a risky dice game at a private party. Following the game, there was a fight that resulted in gunfire. Investigators claimed Takeoff was an unarmed bystander.

“There was a lucrative dice game that went on at the event. There was an argument that happened afterwards outside the bowling alley, which led to the shooting,” said Burrow. “I can tell you that Takeoff was not involved in playing in the dice game, he was not involved in the argument that happened outside. He was not armed.”

Finner said police do not know whether Clark was invited to the party or if he knew Takeoff. He didn’t provide details on what exactly happened in during the game that caused tempers to flare.

Who witnessed the shooting of Takeoff?

More than 30 people were reportedly waiting outside the bowling alley at the time of the incident, according to Burrow. Police withheld the precise number.

Everyone who was there fled without giving investigators a statement.

During the shooting’s night and the days that followed, police located some suspects. Burrow stated that more information is needed and that it’s critical that witnesses come forward.

“We will be looking to find you,” he said. “It will be easier if you come find us.”



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