Rapper Takeoff, former member of the hip hop trio Migos, was shot and killed in Houston on Monday night, TMZ reported. He was 28. 

Born Kirshnik Khari Ball in Lawrenceville, Georgia, on June 18, 1994, Takeoff began rapping in 2008 along with his family members Quavo and Offset. The trio initially performed under the stage name Polo Club before changing their name to Migos.

Takeoff was reportedly shot at a bowling alley called 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston over a game of dice on Monday. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Quavo was also present at the scene on the shooting. 

A few hours before the shooting, Takeoff had shared a selfie from the bowling alley.

Quavo had also shared a video, driving around Houston with Jas Prince.

Several of his fans paid tributes to him on social media.

“From a public eye this man Takeoff did not go out anywhere looking for trouble. One of the three Migos who was truly about his business and stayed in his lane, no drama, and still was able to get caught up and hurt. Just sad,” one person wrote.

“Oh damn RIP Takeoff, it’s so so heartbreaking to hear. Too many of these rappers dying,” another person tweeted.

“We really lost one of the best talents of this generation over a dice game. RIP Takeoff, you made your mark,” wrote another person. 

Meanwhile, some of the rapper’s fans are also being slammed for sharing photos and videos of his dying moments.

“Whoever recorded that video while that man Takeoff is literally on his last breaths and Quavo grieving in the background is the worst kind of person. Have some respect,” one person wrote.