Suspect who shot take-off plane charged with murder

Patrick Clarkman accused of shooting down rapper Migos Take off in Houston late last year, is said to have been indicted.

CLEAN reported that the decision was made Thursday morning, according to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.

While the grand jury has now formally charged Clark, he has Are not convicted. Also, it’s unclear when the long-awaited murder trial will begin.

The suspect posted the bond in January

Takeoff (legal name Kirsnick Khari Ball) was killed on November 1 after a private event at Houston’s 810 billiards and bowling facility.

Specifically, the shooting broke out after an argument began about an alleged dice game. quavoTakeoff’s uncle and bandmate Migos, notably present at the scene of the incident.

EQUAL Shade room previously reported, Patrick was arrested for the shooting in early December.

Another man named Cameron Joshua was also arrested and CLEAN reported that he is facing weapons charges.

RELATED: Takeoff Suspect, Patrick Clark, Reportedly Released From Jail After Posting $1 Million Bond

Just over a month later, it was reported that Clark had paid a $1 million bond and was released from prison.

Although Clark posted the bond as the final update ahead of his indictment, it appears the legal matter is underway.

Offset Recently satisfied with how “painful” life is without taking off

While the justice system works its way, family and fans grieve for Takeoff as the seven-month anniversary of his death approaches.

EQUAL Shade room report, Compensate recently opened up to Diversity about how he struggled to deal with the rapper’s death.

“It’s hard for me to talk about s**t right now. I never talked about these things. Serious. It’s hard to talk about Take, man.”

RELATED: Offset shows off back tattoo dedicated to take-off (Pictured)

He continued, noting that the whole situation “feels fake.” Also, Offset declared, “Some things I never tell anyone.”

“Talk about all this is hard. That’s why I don’t, to be honest. That was painful. Like, it gets me in the mood, and I don’t want to be in that mood. Some things I never tell anyone. He is not here. That’s fake, man.

Before concluding his commentary, Offset reiterated, “I go through my day thinking it’s fake.

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