Takeoff’s mother files million dollar lawsuit against Houston bowling alley where her son was killed

Migos rapper Takeoff’s mother is suing Houston bowling where her son was shot in 2022.

Titania Davenport has filed a wrongful death lawsuit seeking more than $1 million in damages from 810 Billiards & Bowling, NBC News reports.

Damages include funeral expenses, as well as loss of earning capacity and emotional suffering, according to Harris County District Court court records. The lawsuit was reportedly filed on Wednesday.

Davenport argues the bowling alley did not provide sufficient security or screening procedures for the event, which took place in October and was expected to draw a large, high profile crowd.

The “defendants provided no screening mechanism, no after-hours screening or security measures, and no enforcement of rules or industry standards to deter criminals against their guests,” the suit alleges.

Takeoff, whose real name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, was at the party when “a group of attendees began verbally, physically and openly causing trouble and trying to intimidate him,” according to the report.

The exchange led to a rash of gunfire that resulted in Takeoff’s death, after he was allegedly hit by stray bullets.

The rapper was described by police as “an innocent bystander”. Police later arrested two suspects linked to the shooting.

Patrick Clark, 33, has been charged with murder, while the other suspect, Cameron Joshua, has been arrested for illegal possession of a weapon, according to police.

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