Takeoff wasn’t the one person shot through the melee in Houston this week that ultimately claimed his life.
One among the individuals who was shot within the incident that left the Migos rapper dead has been identified. Joshua ‘Wash’ Washington, 23, who’s referred to as Quavo’s assistant, is the second one who was shot and injured through the incident that took place at 810 Billiards and Bowling on Tuesday morning in a shooting that left Migos rapper Takeoff dead.
In keeping with TMZ, the 23-year-old was rushed to the hospital by individuals on the scene shortly after the shooting. He’s, nonetheless, recovering, and his injuries are usually not considered life-threatening.
Washington, who’s affectionately called ‘Wash,’ has been working with Quavo for quite a while. Last yr, Quavo shared a photograph of his assistant holding an umbrella over his head with a caption saying that he was paying him 5K a day and that he was a millionaire.
The opposite victim is alleged to be a 24-year-old woman who was also taken to the hospital in a personal vehicle and is now in stable condition, Houston police said on Wednesday.
Within the meantime, police are still trying to find an individual of interest who is alleged to be connected to rapper Quavo and who was seen with a gun in the gang on the night of the shooting. The person identified as A&R for Huncho Records was seen hanging out with Quavo earlier within the night, and later, he was seen on video raising his gun and firing several shots.
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Harris County Coroner’s office on Wednesday shared that the rapper’s explanation for death was resulting from “penetrating gunshot wounds of [the] head.” He had also received one other gunshot wound that went from his torso into his arm.
Since his death, fans, friends, and relations have paid homage to the rapper. He’s mourned widely and globally as many expressed shock and sadness at his premature death. He has been remembered as an unproblematic and humble person.
Takeoff grew up in Gwinnett county, Georgia, a suburban county north of Atlanta. From a young age, he and his uncle Quavo have been close. The 2 developed an affinity for music from they were at school. Quavo often referred to Takeoff as the most effective rapper within the Migos clan. Witnesses on the night of the shooting said he collapsed after seeing his nephew’s lifeless body being faraway from the scene and needed to be carried into his automotive.