Takeoff’s alleged murderer released on $1M bond… surrenders passport and under house arrest

Patrick Xavier Clark, the man who allegedly fatally shot two-time Grammy nominee Takeoff on Nov. 1, posted his $1 million bail and was released from Texas’ Harris County jail Wednesday night.

The 33-year-old Texan, whose next court appearance is scheduled for March 9, turned in his passport to the judge and donned a GPS monitor for house arrest, according to TMZ.

The conditions for Patrick’s release include being banned from possessing deadly weapons and not being able to contact anyone connected to the case.

Out of jail: Patrick Xavier Clark (pictured), the man who allegedly fatally shot two-time Grammy nominee Takeoff on November 1, posted his $1 million bail and has been released from county jail of Harris in Texas on Wednesday night.

Takeoff photographed in 2019

Takeoff photographed in 2019

Out of Jail: Patrick Xavier Clark (left), the man who allegedly fatally shot two-time Grammy nominee Takeoff (right) on Nov. 1, posted his $1 million bail and was released from Harris County Jail in Texas on Wednesday night.

Clark’s lawyers, Carl Moore and Letitia Quinones, had argued that his $2 million bail should be reduced to $1 million despite his “large amount of cash” and ‘successful efforts to obtain an expedited passport shortly after the murder and an impending travel itinerary to Mexico.’

The suspect dubbed ‘DJ Pat,’ who tweeted ‘I’m not perfect though I’m solid’ on Nov. 9, was a ‘hot promoter’ at Houston strip club The Flame HTX, according to the daily beast.

‘I know it. He is not like that. Honestly, I feel like they got the wrong person,” one of Patrick’s friends told the outlet.

‘He doesn’t get angry or hostile. He is very nice and considerate. That’s all I have to say. I feel like he’s being framed.

Posted: The 33-year-old Texan, whose next court appearance is scheduled for March 9, turned in his passport to the judge and donned a GPS monitor for house arrest (pictured December 5)

Posted: The 33-year-old Texan, whose next court appearance is scheduled for March 9, turned in his passport to the judge and donned a GPS monitor for house arrest (pictured December 5)

Posted: The 33-year-old Texan, whose next court appearance is scheduled for March 9, turned in his passport to the judge and donned a GPS monitor for house arrest (pictured December 5)

Out on bail: Patrick's release conditions include that he is barred from possessing deadly weapons and cannot contact anyone connected to the case (pictured December 5)

Out on bail: Patrick's release conditions include that he is barred from possessing deadly weapons and cannot contact anyone connected to the case (pictured December 5)

Out on bail: Patrick’s release conditions include that he is barred from possessing deadly weapons and cannot contact anyone connected to the case (pictured December 5)

House arrest: Clark’s attorneys, Carl Moore and Letitia Quinones, had argued that his $2 million bail should be lowered to $1 million despite his “large amount of cash” and “successful efforts to obtain an expedited passport soon after of the murder and an impending travel itinerary to Mexico’ (pictured December 14)

Rapper Jmali said: “You could see by everyone’s reactions that we’re surprised because that’s not the type of person.” [Clark] is. It was business, not violence. Pat was similar to Takeoff in that he was quiet and just minded his own business. That’s why this is so amazing to everyone here.

Patrick allegedly fired a firearm into a crowd of 30 partying and playing craps outside 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, striking the Migos rapper, who was just 28, three times in the torso and head. head.

Takeoff (born Kirsnick Khari Ball) was an unarmed “innocent bystander” and did not participate in craps or basketball discussions before 10 shots rang out from two different guns.

Cameron Isiah Joshua, 22, was charged with illegal possession of a weapon and was arrested on November 22.

Place of Work: The suspect nicknamed 'DJ Pat,' who tweeted 'I'm not perfect, solid though' on Nov. 9, was a 'popular promoter' at Houston strip club The The Flame HTX (pictured on August 24)

Place of Work: The suspect nicknamed 'DJ Pat,' who tweeted 'I'm not perfect, solid though' on Nov. 9, was a 'popular promoter' at Houston strip club The The Flame HTX (pictured on August 24)

Place of Work: The suspect nicknamed ‘DJ Pat,’ who tweeted ‘I’m not perfect, solid though’ on Nov. 9, was a ‘popular promoter’ at Houston strip club The The Flame HTX (pictured on August 24)

One of Patrick's friends told The Daily Beast: 'I know him.  He is not like that.  Honestly, I feel like they got the wrong person.  He doesn't get angry or hostile.  He is very nice and considerate.  That's all I have to say.  I feel like he's being framed' (pictured on March 23)

One of Patrick's friends told The Daily Beast: 'I know him.  He is not like that.  Honestly, I feel like they got the wrong person.  He doesn't get angry or hostile.  He is very nice and considerate.  That's all I have to say.  I feel like he's being framed' (pictured on March 23)

One of Patrick’s friends told The Daily Beast: ‘I know him. He is not like that. Honestly, I feel like they got the wrong person. He doesn’t get angry or hostile. He is very nice and considerate. That’s all I have to say. I feel like he’s being framed’ (pictured on March 23)

Dead at 28: Patrick allegedly fired a firearm into a crowd of 30 partying and playing craps outside 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, hitting the Migos rapper (pictured in 2019) three times times on the torso and head

Dead at 28: Patrick allegedly fired a firearm into a crowd of 30 partying and playing craps outside 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, hitting the Migos rapper (pictured in 2019) three times times on the torso and head

Dead at 28: Patrick allegedly fired a firearm into a crowd of 30 partying and playing craps outside 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, hitting the Migos rapper (pictured in 2019) three times times on the torso and head

In addition to rapper Messy, two other people, Joshua ‘Wash’ Washington, 24, and a 23-year-old woman, were rushed to hospital with “non-life-threatening injuries.”

Twenty thousand people attended Takeoff’s Celebration of Life at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on November 11, including Quavo, Offset, Cardi B, Drake, Justin Bieber and Chloe Bailey.

On Wednesday night, Georgia-born hip-hop star Quavo’s uncle and bandmate shared a somber music video for Without youa song dedicated to his nephew.

Takeoff (born Kirsnick Khari Ball) was an unarmed 'innocent bystander' and did not participate in craps or basketball discussions before 10 shots rang out from two different guns (pictured in 2021)

Takeoff (born Kirsnick Khari Ball) was an unarmed 'innocent bystander' and did not participate in craps or basketball discussions before 10 shots rang out from two different guns (pictured in 2021)

Takeoff (born Kirsnick Khari Ball) was an unarmed ‘innocent bystander’ and did not participate in craps or basketball discussions before 10 shots rang out from two different guns (pictured in 2021)

Second Suspect: Cameron Isiah Joshua, 22, was charged with illegal possession of a weapon and was arrested on November 22.

Second Suspect: Cameron Isiah Joshua, 22, was charged with illegal possession of a weapon and was arrested on November 22.

Second Suspect: Cameron Isiah Joshua, 22, was charged with illegal possession of a weapon and was arrested on November 22.

20,000 people attended the celebration of the life of rapper Messy at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on November 11, including Quavo, Offset, Cardi B, Drake, Justin Bieber and Chloe Bailey.

20,000 people attended the celebration of the life of rapper Messy at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on November 11, including Quavo, Offset, Cardi B, Drake, Justin Bieber and Chloe Bailey.

20,000 people attended the celebration of the life of rapper Messy at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on November 11, including Quavo, Offset, Cardi B, Drake, Justin Bieber and Chloe Bailey.

“Tears rolling down my eyes / I can’t tell you how many times I cried / The days aren’t the same without you / I don’t know if I’m the same without you,” the grieving 31-year-old rapped. .

‘I wish I had a time machine / Just so you could take a ride with me / I miss how you smile at me / Unc & Phew to infinity.’

Quavo’s emotional track concluded with him singing, “Taaaaake…I’m sorry.”

'Unc & Phew to infinity': On Wednesday night, Takeoff's uncle and bandmate Quavo shared a somber music video for Without You, a song dedicated to his nephew.

'Unc & Phew to infinity': On Wednesday night, Takeoff's uncle and bandmate Quavo shared a somber music video for Without You, a song dedicated to his nephew.

‘Unc & Phew to infinity’: On Wednesday night, Takeoff’s uncle and bandmate Quavo shared a somber music video for Without You, a song dedicated to his nephew.

The grieving 31-year-old rapped: “Tears rolling down my eyes / I can’t tell you how many times I cried / The days are not the same without you / I don’t know if I’m the same without you.” .. ‘I wish I had a time machine / Just so you could take a ride with me / I miss how you smile at me / Unc & Phew to infinity.’

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