Man Accused Of Killing Takeoff Released On $1 Million Bond

Man Accused Of Killing Takeoff Released On $1 Million Bond: The man who was charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Migos musician Takeoff in Houston has been released on a bond of one million dollars.

According to the court documents, Patrick Xavier Clark, age 33, was granted bail and released from the Harris County jail on Tuesday.

On December 1st, Clark was taken into custody on a murder charge. Clark is considered to possess a “strong and meritorious claim for self-defense,” according to his attorney, Letitia Quinones.

On November 1, Takeoff, age 28, was shot multiple times in the head and back as more than thirty people were exiting a private party that had been held at a bowling complex.

Police in Houston has stated that the shooting occurred as a result of an argument that took place over a “lucrative” game of dice; however, they have stated that Takeoff was not involved and was “an innocent spectator.”

Takeoff, who was born Kirsnick Khari Ball, was the youngest member of the rap group Migos, which was nominated for a Grammy and featured his uncle Quavo and his cousin Offset. Migos was originally from the suburbs of Atlanta.

Under the terms of his release, Clark is required to remain under house arrest, to carry a GPS tracking device at all times, and to abstain from having any kind of communication with anyone who is helping with the shooting investigation.

On March 9, Clark is expected to make another court appearance.

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