Takeoff Shooting Pictures & Videos have been circulating on the internet since the news of his death was disclosed by TMZ.
Takeoff was pronounced dead at the scene. Quavo was uninjured, but two other guests were shot and brought to the hospital.
TMZ first reported the revelation, then on November 1, 2022, a local Houston outlet confirmed it.
Soon, shocking photographs and videos of the aftermath started making their way across social media.
Screenwriter and showrunner Kirk Moore, among other Twitter users, offered alerts about the graphic content of Takeoff Shooting Pictures & Videos.
Takeoff Shooting Pictures & Videos Reveiced Criticism
Following the shooting death of Migos artist Takeoff in Houston, Texas, graphic videos of the incident started circulating on news websites and social media, shocking many online followers.
According to another video acquired by TMZ, Takeoff’s body was being moved by Quavo and others before they set him down again and yelled for assistance.
After Takeoff’s death, TMZ posted gruesome photographs and audio from the 911 call that reported the gunshot in the hours that followed Takeoff’s passing.
Quavo’s frightened screams and sobs of “Takeoff!” quickly went viral on social media.
On Twitter, the phrase hearing Quavo started trending by Tuesday afternoon, which sparked outrage at the violent content.
Sherrilyn Ifill, a civil rights attorney, termed this a disgrace. ‘No human being or their family should have had the kinds of crime scene photographs I saw published,’ she continued.
Since videos on Twitter automatically play, some fans retaliated against those who shared the videos on their timelines.
Takeoff Shooting Pictures & Videos received the utmost criticism. Fans begged Twitter, news websites, and others to remove the videos as they mourned the artist.