White House Mourns Takeoff's Death, Condemns Gun Violence: 'Enough Is Enough'
On Nov. 1, The White House released a statement following the tragic death of rapper Takeoff. The star, who was one-third of the popular rap trio Migos, was fatally shot after an argument broke out at a bowling alley and billiards hall in Houston early Tuesday morning.
"Over the last day and a half, more families across our country have been scarred by the devastating impacts of gun violence in America...Last night in Houston, award-winning recording artist Kirsnick Khari Ball, also known as Takeoff, lost his life at 28 years old, and two others were injured," the Biden Administration's said, noting how 14 people were also recently injured in Chicago due to senseless "gunfire."... Read more