Takeoff, the Georgia-based rapper who was a part of the hip-hop group Migos, had released the music video of the song Messy a day before being shot and killed in Houston, Texas. He was 28 at the time of his death. It is believed that a dispute ensuing over a dice game led to Takeoff’s demise.

Takeoff and Quavo released the Halloween-themed music video of Messy, which is a song from their collaborative album, Only Built For Infinity Links. The video has been directed by Quavo himself, along with Oladapo Fagbenle, who goes by the name Daps.

Check out the music video right here:

In the opening scene, we see the two hiphop artists waking up in their car that is parked in the middle of nowhere. Right after this, we are transported to a house where we see from the inside a woman desperately knocking on the door, trying to get in, probably to escape some imminent danger.

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However, the duo refuse to let her in. As we are then taken throughout the house, with spooky things happening in each room.

When Messy was first released, it created a lot of chatter on social media owing to the personal nature of its lyrics. There are references in the song to Quavo’s relationship with his former girlfriend, Saweetie, who was rumoured to have been involved in an affair with one of the former’s associates.

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Some even speculated that the references were directed towards Offset, who allegedly had a sexual encounter with Saweetie.

Fans of Takeoff are slamming individuals online who have been sharing a video of the late rapper’s dying moments. Reports suggest that Quavo was present with Takeoff at the time of the latter’s death, and was shot himself.