On November 3, 2020, Takeoff’s mother, Latabia Woodward, filed a lawsuit against the venue where her son, the Migos rapper, was killed. The lawsuit alleges that the venue was negligent in providing adequate security and failed to protect Takeoff from an attack on the night of his death.
Takeoff, whose real name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, was killed on July 5, 2020, at a concert venue in Atlanta. According to the lawsuit, the venue, known as The Masquerade, did not provide adequate security for the event, which resulted in Takeoff’s death. The lawsuit also claims that the venue failed to protect Takeoff from an attack that occurred during the show.
The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for the pain and suffering caused by Takeoff’s death. It also seeks compensation for medical expenses, funeral costs, and other damages.
Takeoff’s mother is not alone in her lawsuit against The Masquerade. Several other families have also filed similar lawsuits against the venue. The lawsuits allege that the venue was negligent in providing adequate security and failed to protect their loved ones from attack.
The Masquerade has not yet responded to the lawsuit, but the venue has released a statement expressing their condolences to the families of those who were killed or injured at the event. The venue also stated that they are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all of their events.
The lawsuit against The Masquerade is a reminder of the importance of providing adequate security at events. It is also a reminder of the need for venues to take all necessary steps to ensure the safety of their patrons. Venues must be held accountable for their negligence in providing adequate security and for failing to protect their patrons from attack.