Migos Rapper Takeoff DEAD at 28 after shooting in Houston

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Takeoff, who -- along with Offset and Quavo -- is one of the members of rap trio Migos, died in a fatal shooting in Houston on Nov. 1. His attorney confirmed the news in a statement following online gossip.

"Takeoff was not only a brilliant musical artist with unlimited talent but also a uniquely kind and gentle soul," attorney Drew Findling said in the statement. "He will be greatly missed now and always."

According to authorities, Takeoff -- whose real name is Kirshnik Khari Ball -- and his band mate Quavo were in attendance at a private party held at 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston when the shooting took place. When Houston police arrived, a man was pronounced dead at the scene and two other victims were taken to local hospitals. Authorities have to yet to publicly name the deceased victim.

Quavo, 31, was not injured in the shooting, according to reports, and fellow Migos member Offset, 30, didn't appear to be in attendance at the party, as he shared footage of and kids, 4, and, 15 months, celebrating Halloween together earlier in the day.