Man seen on video during Takeoff murder arrested on gun charges

Cameron Joshua (Photo: Harris County Jail Records)

Authorities have a man in custody seen on video during the murder of Migos rapper, Takeoff, in downtown Houston

BACKGROUND: Migos rapper Takeoff dead after shooting outside Houston bowling alley, rep confirms

Cameron Joshua, 22, was arrested on Tuesday, November 22, according to court documents, on gun charges including felony to possess a firearm and unlawfully carrying a weapon. 


Cameron Joshua (previous mugshot from April 2, 2022 - Photo provided by Harris County Jail Records)

A previously convicted felon, Cameron was arrested for "unlawfully, intentionally, and knowingly possessing a firearm at a location other than the premises at which the Defendant lived" on November 1.


This after he was previously convicted of Grand Theft in Los Angeles County on October 27, official court records stated. 


Cameron Joshua (previous mugshot from Sept. 10, 2021 - Photo provided by Harris County Jail Records)


Cameron Joshua (previous mugshot from June 19, 2021 - Photo provided by Harris County Jail Records)

While Joshua's connection to Takeoff's case has not been disclosed by law enforcement officials, his presence is apparent in the video moments before the Migos rapper was shot down. 

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The fatal shooting happened on November 1, around 2:30 a.m. at 810 Billiards & Bowling in the 1200 block of San Jacinto Street. That's where investigators say a man, later identified as Takeoff, whose real name was Kirsnick Khari Ball, of the rap trio Migos along with Quavo and Offset, was killed

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No details were shared on the description of the shooter(s) but law enforcement has encouraged everyone, especially those in the hip-hop community to come forward if they have any information. 

"I’m calling up on everybody," Houston PD Chief Troy Finner said in a press conference the day after Takeoff's murder. "We all need to stand together."