Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, (pictured) was arrested Thursday night and charged with the murder of Takeoff, who police said was a

The popular club promoter who was arrested in the murder of rapper Takeoff wrote ‘I’m not perfect’ on social media a week after he allegedly fatally shot the Migos star.

Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, was arrested Thursday night and charged with the murder of Takeoff, who police said was an “innocent bystander” when he was shot outside a Houston bowling alley on November 1.

The 28-year-old musician was shot in the head and torso outside 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston after a “lucrative” game of craps turned into an argument.

Clark is suspected of firing the fatal shots and it has since emerged that a week after the shooting, the strip club’s promoter tweeted on November 9: “I’m not perfect, though I’m solid.”

I Aint Perfect What Club Promoter Arrested For Rapper Takeoffs

Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, (pictured) was arrested Thursday night and charged with the murder of Takeoff, who police said was an “innocent bystander” when he was shot outside a Houston bowling alley November 1st.

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1670239618 902 I Aint Perfect What Club Promoter Arrested For Rapper Takeoffs

The 28-year-old musician (pictured) was shot in the head and torso outside 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston after a “lucrative” game of craps turned into an argument.

‘I’m in shock right now’: Tributes pour in from music community as rapper Takeoff is shot dead

Tributes have poured in for Takeoff after the Migos rapper was shot and killed “during a game of craps” in front of his uncle and bandmate Quavo outside a Texas bowling alley on Tuesday.

As news of the shooting spread, friends and fans of Takeoff, whose real name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, took to Twitter to pay tribute.

Boxer Chris Eubank Jr said: “I remember @1YoungTakeoff was a really cool and down to earth guy. I can’t believe I have to say this again about another young black star who was murdered for no reason, something really has to change. in the industry, it’s disgusting how easy and how often people die.RIP Take off’.

Rapper Ugly God wrote: ‘Don’t you realize these niggas changed the whole rap beat when they came out? tear off. this man has stood on the sidelines, keeping it minimal and minding his own business from the start. If that’s not enough for them to leave you alone, then I don’t know.

Reality star Claudia Johnson tweeted: “Sad and senseless. He was a bystander and was shot. We need to do something so everyone and their moms in Texas have guns! Especially the reckless people who just can’t disagree with people, you have to turn to this! My condolences to the entire Takeoff family. He left at 28.’

Fellow rapper Russ tweeted: ‘rip takeoff’ followed by a prayer emoji, while YouTuber Nikita Dragun tweeted a photo of Takeoff.

City Girls’ Yung Miami tweeted her shock, writing: ‘Damn take off’ with a chain of broken hearts.

American rapper Almighty Jay commented on Takeoff’s Instagram: “Bro you were such a laid back gang you didn’t deserve any of that bro.” I just talked to you brother. That hurts.’

Clark, who ran The Flame HTX strip club, also tweeted on Nov. 8: “I’ve been hurt so many times it’s hard for me to feel love.”

One day after the shooting, on November 2, Clark tweeted: “God got me, got me.”

On news of Clark’s arrest for Takeoff’s murder, those who knew him were shocked because “he’s not the kind of person he is”, with some claiming he was being “framed”.

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

Rapper Jmali said: “You could see by everyone’s reactions that we’re surprised because that’s not the type of person.” [Clark] it is. It was business, not violence.

He added: ‘Pat was similar to Takeoff in that he was easy going and just went about his business. That’s why this is so amazing to everyone here.

Clark is now being held in jail awaiting a bond hearing following his arrest Thursday night in Takeoff’s murder.

The takeoff was fired outside the downtown bowling alley around 2:30 a.m. on November 1, when police said a dispute broke out as more than 30 people were leaving a private party there.

Police earlier said another man and a woman suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds and at least two people opened fire.

Police Sgt. Michael Burrow said during a news conference on Friday that the shooting followed a disagreement over a “lucrative” craps game, but that Takeoff was not involved and was “an innocent bystander.”

Finner said police don’t know if Clark was invited to the party or if he knew Takeoff.

The gruesome footage showed Migos rapper Quavo’s desperate attempts to help his nephew Takeoff after he was shot.

Quavo, Takeoff’s bandmate and uncle, appeared distraught as he knelt over his nephew moments after the shooting, as he can be heard yelling for help.

Everyone on the scene left without speaking to police, Burrow said. Since then, some of those people have been located by authorities, who have also worked to reconstruct the events with ballistic, video and audio recordings, according to Burrow. He said investigators are still trying to locate witnesses.

The Footage Shows Takeoff Lying Dead On The Ground, While Quavo, In An Orange Top, Runs To His Side And Yells For Someone To Help Him.

The Footage Shows Takeoff Lying Dead On The Ground, While Quavo, In An Orange Top, Runs To His Side And Yells For Someone To Help Him.

The footage shows Takeoff lying dead on the ground, while Quavo, in an orange top, runs to his side and yells for someone to help him.

“We’ll be looking to find you,” he said. It will be easier if you come looking for us.

On Wednesday, authorities announced the arrest of Cameron Joshua in connection with the shooting.

Joshua was charged with illegally possessing a gun at the time Takeoff was shot, but prosecutors said the 22-year-old is not believed to have fired the gun.

Christopher Downey, Joshua’s attorney, told reporters he has seen nothing to suggest his client was involved in Takeoff’s murder.

Burrow said investigators believe it was Clark’s shots that may have killed the rapper.

Prosecutors asked a court Friday to set Clark’s bail at $1 million, arguing he is a flight risk. After the Takeoff shooting, Clark applied for an expedited passport by submitting an itinerary for an “imminent” flight to Mexico, according to court records.

They say he was detained the day he received his passport and was in possession of a ‘large amount’ of cash.

Fans and other artists, including Drake and Justin Bieber, celebrated Takeoff’s musical legacy at a memorial service last month in Atlanta.

Migos’ record label, Quality Control, mourned Takeoff’s death in a statement posted on Instagram that attributed it to “senseless violence.”

Migos first broke through with the massive hit “Versace” in 2013. They had four Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, though Takeoff was missing out on their multi-week No. 1 hit “Bad and Boujee,” featuring Lil Uzi. vert. They released a trilogy of albums called ‘Culture,’ ‘Culture II,’ and ‘Culture III,’ with the first two reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

In the weeks before his death, Takeoff, who released the solo album ‘The Last Rocket’ in 2018, and Quavo released ‘Only Built for Infinity Links’. Hoping the joint album with Quavo would garner respect for his lyrical abilities, Takeoff told the ‘Drink Champs’ podcast: ‘It’s time to give me my flowers.’

When Clark’s arrest was announced on Friday, Takeoff’s voice could be heard again, having appeared on “Feel The Fiyaaaah” alongside A$AP Rocky on Metro Boomin’s album released that day, “Heroes and Villains.”

He sang: ‘It’s quiet right now on the streets.’