rapper Young Joc raises questions about how quickly law enforcement solved the murder of Migos member Kirshnik “Takeoff” Ball.
On November 1, the 28-year-old was fatally shot after a party outside a bowling alley in Houston, Texas. News outlets reported that the event happened around 2:30 a.m. at the 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston, after Ball’s uncle and groupmate Quavious “Quavo” Marshall allegedly played a game of craps with fellow partygoers.
Things took a tragic turn when what was allegedly a heated argument ensued and an unidentified person began shooting, hitting Ball, who was described as an innocent bystander, multiple times, killing him instantly. Corresponding peopleOn November 2, the coroner announced that Ball had died after suffering “gunshot wounds” to his head and torso and ruled his death a homicide.
A month later, the Houston Police Department announced that it had arrested a prime suspect in Ball’s murder, a man named Patrick Clark. When Clark was arrested, it was alleged that the 33-year-old was trying to leave the country and go to Mexico. The reason police were able to locate Clark was because he was caught on camera firing his gun with one hand and holding a wine bottle in the other. Authorities were then able to get his fingerprints on the bottle left at the scene.
On December 28, during an interview with Vlad TV, Yung Joc claimed that the Houston Police Department solved Ball’s murder much earlier than they disclosed to the public. The ‘It’s Going Down’ lyricist revealed that authorities didn’t say anything at the time because they wanted to be sure whoever they arrested was guilty of the crime. While pointing out that the police knew the information the same night the shooting happened, Yung Joc said:
“Here it is two months later. You think the police just found the wine bottle. They just got the footage of the wine bottle that supposedly had Pat’s (Patrick Clark) fingerprints on it. No, they solved that the same night. But they probably had to get all their eggs in that basket to find out. Because sometimes it’s like a secret indictment, by the time people come to pick you up, you’re already guilty. You don’t even have to prove it.”
Although it’s unclear when Ball’s murder trial will begin, Clark is still in prison on $1 million bail.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/celebrities/takeoffs-murder-was-solved-much-sooner-than-the-way-police-claimed-it-was-says-yung-joc/ Takeoff’s murder was solved earlier than police claimed, says Yung Joc