one-third of the Grammy-nominated group Migos Rapper Takeoff's shocking Legal issues.

Rapper Takeoff 28 years old , one-third of the  platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated group Migos, was shot and killed in Houston early Tuesday.

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.

Migos rapper Takeoff killed at 28 in Houston bowling alley shooting Takeoff and Quavo, 31, another member of the hip-hop group Migos, were at 810 Billiards & Bowling in downtown Houston when the shooting took place, police said.

Migos rapper Takeoff shot dead in Houston at 28 .The real name of the artist and rapper is Kirshnik Khari Ball.

Here are some Legal issues on Rapper Takeoff 2015 -2021: 

Georgia Southern University incident On April 18, 2015, Migos were scheduled to headline Georgia Southern University's 2015 Spring concert at Hanner Fieldhouse. The show started at 7:00 pm with local opening acts; however, the group took to the stage nearly an hour and a half later than their scheduled 9:00 pm set time. 

Although their performance contract stipulated a minimum 45-minute set length, the group performed for less than 30 minutes before leaving the stage.

The University Police Department, the Statesboro Police Department and the Bulloch County Sheriff's Office, who were present at the concert as security detail, detected a strong scent of marijuana from the group's vans, and the drivers were questioned by law enforcement.

 Upon further investigation, the rap trio and 12 members of their entourage were arrested for possession of marijuana and another controlled substance, possession of firearms within a school safety zone, possession of firearms during the commission of a crime, and possession of firearms by convicted felons.

While university officials had been aware of Migos's reputation, the group were allowed to perform as the student body had voted to have the group perform among seven acts that were up for consideration, and student fees and ticket sales were used to pay for the concert.

 According to the performance contract, the group were to be paid $30,000 with their promoter Big House Collective receiving an additional $3,000. 

University officials initially sought to put Migos in breach of contract due to the group's late arrival, shortened performance, and possession of contraband on university property; however, the university ultimately paid half of the agreed-upon fees.

On April 20, 2015, Takeoff, Quavo, and six members of their entourage were released on bond by the Bulloch County District Attorney's Office while Offset and six others remained in custody without bond. As a result of their arrests, on April 28, 2015, Migos announced they would postpone their Yung Rich Nation Tour until July.

2020–2021: Sexual assault allegations

On August 5, 2020, news broke that Takeoff was named as the perpetrator in a civil lawsuit filed by a female victim on charges of "sexual battery, assault, false imprisonment, gender violence, and interference with civil rights" at a June 2020 party in Los Angeles.

As of April 2, 2021, it was reported that the Los Angeles District Attorney's office would not be filing criminal charges against Takeoff due to insufficient evidence. The civil suit court proceedings are still in progress.