Offset Pays Heartfelt Tribute To Takeoff On Stage
This past weekend, Offset honored Takeoff with Jackson 5’s “Never Could Say Goodbye.” The former Migo also said he would pay tribute to his late cousin and bandmate before performing in any city.
Updated by Kendall Parks on 12/13/2022 at 6:34 pm
The “Clout” artist announced he would honor his late Migos groupmate, Takeoff at any show he performs to keep his memory alive.
Last week, producer Metro Boomin recently dropped a track, “Feel The Fiyyyya” off his third No. 1 album, Heroes & Villainswhich featured a posthumous verse from the “Last Memory” rapper alongside A$AP Rocky. Following the “Bad & Boujee” rapper’s death, the song “Jealousy,” was his first posthumous release.
Offset Says “Don’t Post Takeoff Unless It’s In A Good Light Please!”
By Journey Green on 12/06/2022 at 6:01 pm
As Offset mourns the loss of his cousin and former Migos groupmate, he now asks that he be only remembered in a good light.
Ex-Migos memberOffset posted a photo to his Instagram story of a “Black Jesus” with a message that states,
“Don’t post takeoff unless it’s in a good light please!”
Offset’s post appeared unprovoked, as most of the community has been sending positive tributes.
Cardi B Shares It’s Been Hard To Make Offset Happy Since Takeoff’s Passing
Cardi B took to Twitter to express how tough the grieving process has been for former Migos member and husband Offset since Takeoff’s passing. The Bronx native also addressed trolls on social media.
The “Ring” artist also said that it’s been hard for him to keep up with his priorities as they both have been grieving almost a month since the death. The New York artist also addressed how she hasn’t been trying to go back and forth with internet trolls who feel it’s ok to kick them during their grieving process.
Cardi B Retweets Heartfelt Migos Interview
The multi-award-winning rapper silently hopped on Twitter to retweet a video clip from Complex featuring Offset, Takeoff, and Quavo before the Migos officially broke up earlier this year.
Cardi stands firmly by her man, Migos’ ex-member Offset, during this heavy time. While the “Hot Shit” rapper may not have much to say publicly, similar to her hubby citing the death of Takeoff, it didn’t stop her from silently sending her condolences.
The Complex Music account tweeted a special interview that featured the rap group before their group split earlier this year. In the highlighted interview, the reporter asks each of the fellas to describe the best gift they ever received.
In response to the interview question, Offset says, “the best gift from my brothers is my brothers.” The clip emphasizes the importance of family and brotherhood while focusing on the significance of the rapper’s bond.
Quavo and Takeoff also respond in the clip, as Takeoff shows off and boasts about a sentimental ring with a photo of his mom on it; Quavo says, “I love the music with these boys.”
Offset Silently Mourns The Death Of Takeoff On Instagram
Offset recently changed his Instagram profile photo to the late Migos member, Takeoffwho died of gun violence in Houston, Texas, yesterday.
The Father of 4 artist hasn’t released any public statement since the death of his cousin yesterday.
However, Offset was spotted looking distressed in NYC shortly after the news broke by a fan on TikTok.
While there is no distinct way to grieve, rappers like Fivio Foreign have received major backlash for inappropriate messaging during this time.
In the case of Offset, silence appears to be the best response. Takeoff, who was just 28 years oldwas fatally shot at a bowling alley after a gambling game went awry.
Hip-Hop Mourns The Loss Of Takeoff
The hip-hop community is in mourning after the tragic death of Migos rapper Takeoff which happens on November 1st in Houston, Texas.
Celebs like Marlon Wayans, Bow Wow, Boosiemost recently Beyonce and more send their condolences to Takeoff’s loved ones who are grieving his loss.
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