The Atlantic and American hip-hop scene has acquired a new angel, and Quavo is informing the world with his tearful tribute to his nephew, Takeoff. See the full tribute in our story below.
American rapper Quavo fired his nephew and music partner, Takeoff, with a touching tribute after the funeral of the former.
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The oldest of the recently formed duo and two of three from the rap group, Migos, Quavo has put together a three-page homage detailing his childhood memories with Takeoff and his earlier days as a Migos rapper influenced by Takeoff’s direction. Quavo Books; “Dear Take, it’s so hard to tell you I miss you because you were always with me and we did everything together. Since we were kids you were by my side, look at me, his eyes waiting for me to take the next step… Then you followed right behind me. I always made sure I did it first So you can do it right with me…”
Quavo also touched on Takeoff’s simple character, saying; “Even so, very quiet, quieter in the room but pay attention to everything that happens in the room, it was always like this!!! He got angry, he never raised his voice, and when he did, he silenced the room because what Tek said was legal and he didn’t change his mind , not even Unc, you should just let them cool for 30 minutes. But by far the funniest person in the room. And once you get in it won’t stop.”
Quavo ended the tribute with a note to God saying, “You and I knew we would always be with each other for life now we’ll see each other again. I love you with all my heart. I will never leave you I think God doesn’t need my help, so you can ask me what to to do to be with you again!!! I am a place where there is no pain, no demons, no jealousy, no envy, no greed. Whatever we have to do God to be in this place of heaven send us tools now because we want to be With Take. I love you, nephew!”
Takeoff died November 1 of gunshot wounds after a shooting at a bowling alley in Atlanta. The rapper was buried today, November 12, at the Atlanta State Farm Arena with the American hip-hop community as well as friends and family of the deceased present.