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Takeoff Alleged Killer Patrick Clark Arrested

Takeoff Alleged Killer Patrick Clark Arrested

Takeoff alleged killer is now identified as Patrick Clark. According to the Houston PD, the 33-year-old man is now in custody after his arrest.

Takeoff Alleged Killer Arrested, Identified As Patrick Clark

Rapper Takeoff alleged killer is now behind bars.

According to the Houston Police Department, 33-year-old Patrick Clark is taken into custody for his murder.

In fact, this is the second arrest in the case, as another man, Joshua ‘Lil Cam’ Cameron was also arrested last week.

As you will recall, Takeoff – real name Kirshnik Khari Ball – died a month ago on November 1st.

He was taken down by multiple gunshot wounds while at a bowling alley with Quavo.

The 28-year-old rapper/songwriter was pronounced dead at the scene.

Injuries included shots to the head and torso according to the coroner’s report.

TMZ was the first to break the story.

The outlet even obtained several videos of the incident, including one showing a man dressed in black with a handgun.

In fact, several people are believed to be armed at the event.

During a press conference on the arrest, the chief names Clark as the alleged shooter responsible for ending the life of Takeoff.

The rapper is on a long list of senseless deaths of many artists in the hip-hop community.

When will it stop?

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