Takeoff's Nurse Gives GRAPHIC DETAILS Of His Last Moments Alive

Video Courtesy Of KHOU 11


Recently, hip-hop suffered a tragic loss as Takeoff of Migos was shot and killed in downtown Houston. A nurse was reportedly on the scene of the incident and explained that she heard the gunfire because she lives nearby and came to the scene to help, but it was too late by the time she arrived.

The infusion nurse spoke to KHOU 11 while remaining anonymous and explained how she ended up on the scene. The nurse said she lived nearby, and she, along with the neighbors, heard gunshots. The nurse also pointed out that she heard a cry of agony, which she later learned came from Quavo as he was screaming for people to get help for his nephew, Takeoff.

The nurse told the outlet she grabbed her equipment from her trunk to help Takeoff, saying, β€œYou can hear my voice in a video yelling ‘I’m a nurse. No, no, no. I’m a nurse,’ because I wanted to let them know. I was scared, but I had to go.” By the time the nurse arrived, she determined it was too late to save the artist. β€œHis head was way up, and his eyes were rolled back and fixed. And I saw a pile of blood behind his head,” said the nurse.


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