Patrick Clarkthe man accused of shooting the rapper Migos Lift up Charges were reportedly filed in Houston late last year.
KHOU The decision was reportedly made Thursday morning, according to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
Although a grand jury has now officially charged Clark with the crime, he did so not been found guilty. In addition, it is unclear when the long-awaited murder trial will begin.
The suspect posted bail in January
Takeoff (real name Kirsnick Khari Ball) was killed on November 1 following a private event at the 810 Billiards and Bowling facility in Houston.
Specifically, the shooting happened after a dispute about an alleged dice game began. QuavoTakeoff’s uncle and Migos groupmate, in particular, was at the scene of the incident.
As The Shadow Room As previously reported, Patrick was arrested in early December for the shooting.
Another man named Cameron Joshua was also arrested and KHOU reports that he faces charges of gun possession.
BOOKING PHOTO: Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, charged with the murder of Kirshnik Khari Ball (Takeoff). #hounews
— Houston Police Department (@houstonpolice) December 2, 2022
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A little over a month later, it was revealed that Clark had posted his $1 million bail and was released from prison.
Although posting bail for Clark was the last update before his indictment, it appears the legal matter is moving forward.
Offset recently opened up about how ‘life without a start hurts’
As the justice system takes its course, family and fans mourn the loss of Takeoff as the seven-month anniversary of his death approaches.
The start is really dead, bro
— ً (@mashedwork) May 25, 2023
The start should never have died https://t.co/ufX92rylM2
— ▲ (@bornoutofpain) May 25, 2023
Takeoff died just before he got the shine he deserved
— Sky Daddy (@nobleleeransom) May 25, 2023
As The Shadow Room reported, offset recently opened diversity about how he’s dealing with the rapper’s death.
“It’s hard for me to talk about shit right now. I never talked about this stuff. Seriously. It’s hard to talk about Take, man.”
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He continued, noting that the entire situation “feels wrong.” In addition, Offset stated, “Some things I never tell anyone.”
“Talk about all That is hard. That’s why I honestly don’t do it. That hurts like hell. It’s going to put me in a mood, and I don’t want to get in that mood. Some things I never tell anyone. He is not here. That doesn’t feel real, bro.”
Before concluding his comment, Offset repeated: “I spend all day thinking it’s fake.”