Hip-hop community Artists pay tribute to Migos late  rapper Takeoff 

Tributes have begun pouring in for late rapper Takeoff, Ja Rule, Keke Palmer and many more stars pay tribute to Takeoff.

Migos rapper Takeoff shot dead in Houston at 28 .The real name of the artist and rapper is Kirshnik Khari Ball.Takeoff, member of rap group Migos, killed in dispute overnight outside party, fatally shot outside private party in Houston.

Police confirmed at a news press conference Tuesday afternoon that  Police received a call of a shooting in progress around 2:34 a.m. local time. Officers arrived to the 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston where there was a private party and found a dead man at the scene.

The news of Takeoff’s death was a blow to the hip-hop community, still recovering from the fatal shooting of rapper PnB Rock in September. 

The tragic death of rapper Takeoff has prompted several stars to take to social media to honor the fallen artist.

Shortly after his death was announced, Tributes poured in on social media Tuesday from musicians and entertainers who learned of Takeoff’s death, including the rappers Gucci Mane, Lecrae, and Ja Rule and the singer Keri Hilson. 

celebrities including Dave, Chris Eubank Jr, Adin Ross, Ric Flair, Snoop Dogg, Mike Tyson, Desiigner, Rae Sremmurd, Almighty Jay, Lil Pump, Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, Kid Cudi, Ja Rule, Keri Hilson, The Game, Teyana Taylor, Rich the Kid, and Cole Bennett all released statements of condolences on their social media accounts.

Stars took to social media Tuesday to pay tribute and express their condolences over the death of Takeoff.

Gucci Mane Gucci Mane, who recently collaborated with Takeoff on the track “Us vs. Them,” wrote on Instagram, “This broke my heart” upon learning the news.

Keke Palmer “This is horrible. From the tragedy of the death to the tragedy of there being a video of it online,” actress Keke Palmer shared on Instagram, referring to a video that appears to show the deceased rapper in the moments after he was shot. “It’s all just tragic and I am so sorry to his whole family and all he touched. Really terrible.”

Ja Rule Rapper Ja Rule aired his grievances about Takeoff’s violent death on Twitter, writing, “this sh*t has to STOP … sending love to friends and family.”

The Atlanta Falcons The Atlanta Falcons also released a statement on Twitter. “Takeoff’s legacy lives on in Atlanta and across the world,” the team tweeted.

 Chloe Bailey Chloe x Halle's Chloe Bailey, who tweeted that her "heart is broken," and Yung Miami, one half of hip-hop duo City Girls, who wrote "Damn Takeoff" along with three broken heart emojis.

Kid Cudi, Kid Cudi, who worked with Migos on the song "Danger," tweeted a simple "RIP Takeoff."

Kelly Rowland Kelly Rowland shared an Instagram story in which she exclaimed, "NO WORDS" over a news clip of Takeoff's death.

Braves and the Falcons, Notable sports and political figures also offered condolences. His hometown professional baseball and football teams, the Braves and the Falcons, both paid tribute. "RIP to Atlanta’s own Takeoff. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends," the Braves tweeted. "Takeoff’s legacy lives on in Atlanta and across the world," the Falcons wrote.

Prominent attorney Benjamin Crump Prominent attorney Benjamin Crump said on Twitter: "Gun violence is killing our communities. This young, talented Black man did not deserve to have his life ended so early. Sending prayers to his family, loved ones, and fans. Rest In Power, Takeoff."

Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams tweeted: "This is heartbreaking news and a tragic loss to GA and the music industry.

Boxer Chris Eubank Jr. On Twitter, friends and admirers paid tribute to the late rapper. “I remember Takeoff being a very down-to-earth, cool dude,” wrote boxer Chris Eubank Jr. “Can’t believe I’m having to say this again about another young Black star being killed for no reason, something really has to change in the industry.”

Lloyd Banks Lloyd Banks called him a “very dope artist gone too soon” and Ugly God tweeted that Migos “chan of gun violence in America" as she urged Congress to pass gun safety legislation.

Jean-Pierre "It's past time we turn our pain into purpose," Jean-Pierre said.