Patrick Clark, the man accused of gunning down Migos rapper Takeoff in Houston late last year, has reportedly been indicted.
KHOU reports the decision came on Thursday morning, per the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
While a grand jury has now formally charged Clark with the crime, he has not been found guilty. Additionally, it’s unclear when the long-awaited murder trial will kick off.
The Suspect Posted Bond In January
Takeoff (legal name Kirsnick Khari Ball) was killed on November 1 following a private event at Houston’s 810 Billiards and Bowling establishment.
Specifically, the shooting erupted after an argument began over an alleged dice game. Quavo, Takeoff’s uncle and fellow Migos groupmate, was notably at the scene of the incident.
As The Shade Room previously reported, Patrick was arrested for the shooting back in early December.
Another man named Cameron Joshua was also arrested, and KHOU reports that he’s facing weapons charges.
BOOKING PHOTO: Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, charged with the murder of Kirshnik Khari Ball (Takeoff). #hounews
— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) December 2, 2022
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Just over a month later, news broke that Clark had posted his $1 million bond and been released from jail.
While Clark posting bond was the last update ahead of his indictment, it looks like the legal matter is moving forward.
Offset Recently Dished On How Life Without Takeoff “Hurts”
While the justice system takes its course, family and fans are left grieving Takeoff as the seven-month anniversary of his passing draws near.
Takeoff is really dead bro
— ً (@mashedwork) May 25, 2023
takeoff shoulda never died https://t.co/ufX92rylM2
— ▲ (@bornoutofpain) May 25, 2023
Takeoff died right before he was gonna get the shine he deserved
— Sky Daddy (@nobleleeransom) May 25, 2023
“It’s hard for me to talk about s**t right now. I’ve never talked about this stuff. Seriously. Talking about Take is hard, man.”
He continued, noting that the entire situation “feels fake.” Additionally, Offset declared, “Some things I don’t never tell nobody.”
“Talking about all this s**t is hard. That’s why I don’t, to be honest. That s**t hurts. Like, it’s gonna put me in a mood, and I don’t want to get in that mood. Some things I don’t never tell nobody. He’s not here. That s**t feels fake, bro.”
Before wrapping up his commentary, Offset reiterated, “I get through my day thinking it’s fake.”