EXCLUSIVE: Quavo Lost $100K Cash … Allegedly Bet His MIGOS CHAIN During Dice Game!!!

Media Take Out has received more disturbing details about the murder of Migos member Takeoff.

According to a person who was at the scene, Quavo was involved in a game of dice with a group of men. During the game, Quavo lost a lot of money – around $100,000.

The witness told Media Take Out, “Quavo was down about $100 [thousand] and tries to get it back. He didn’t have any more cash with him, so they ran [Quavo’s] diamond [chains].”

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What happened next was not clear. Before the last roll was finished, Quavo and the man started arguing about how the man rolled.

The witness explained, “All of a sudden, Quavo showed up and everyone started arguing.”

Media Take Out confirmed that multiple guns were drawn and shots were fired on both sides. Online speculation said Takeoff was accidentally hit by friendly fire – but our witness could neither confirm nor deny this.

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The witness continued, “Guns came out and people started shooting. I don’t know who shot [the bullet that killed Takeoff]. I don’t know that anyone knows. People just started running and that was it [chaos].”

Houston police confirmed Takeoff was hit by multiple bullets, one fatally to the head. In any event, Takeoff was not involved in either the dice game or the ensuing argument.

Takeoff was an extremely talented rapper. He was best known as a member of the hip hop trio Migos along with his uncle Quavo and first cousin Offset who was once removed. The Migos changed hip-hop with their 2013 debut hit “Versace,” which went viral and peaked at #99 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Takeoff loved music and started making beats and developing rhythms in seventh grade, but didn’t start producing music professionally until 2011.

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