Offset continues to mourn TakeOff’s death

Offset still grieving the death of his cousin and cousin Migos member take offshares a new tribute on social media.

On Thanksgiving Eve (Nov. 23), the Atlanta native hopped on Instagram to post another dedication to her late cousin. The post includes a photo of TakeOff and a caption expressing Offset’s continued grief over the untimely passing.

“Missing everything about you, especially that smile,” Offset wrote on his post with a number of his peers sharing their condolences.

Jadakiss, Desiigner, Kid Capri, Anthony Hamilton, Sean Garrett and Hi-Tek were among the artists who wrote in the comments section of the post.

The “Clout” rapper’s tribute was his second major since TakeOff shot and killed in front of a bowling alley in Houston, Texas, on November 1. The first post featured a slide show featuring Offset and TakeOff in happier times.

“Dear Take, it doesn’t feel right sending you like this….This still doesn’t feel like reality,” Offset captioned the post. “I’ve been searching for the right words to say, but there aren’t any that will suffice. Until we meet again, Rest In Power. I love you.”

Takeoff’s funeral service was held at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia on November 11. Cell phones and video equipment were not allowed during the sold-out service, but someone did manage to get hold of a few clips of the funeral, with one showing Offset shares words about Take.

“Changed music culture forever, you did it Take,” Offset said, fighting back tears. “You changed that flow. That flow came from Take, the originator. The originator of that flow. He changed the music.”

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He continued: “Lord give us the strength, give us the strength, the family and everyone, give us the strength. I don’t want to question God, but I just don’t understand”.

Quavo and Drake also spoke at the ceremony, according to a report from TMZ. The 6 God reportedly talked about the brotherhood he developed with Migos all the times they toured together, comparing himself to the legendary Rat Pack – Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford.

TakeOff had just joined Quavo for their first joint album together, Only built for Infinity Linkswhile Migos wrapped up their critically acclaimed Culture trilogy with Culture III June last year. TakeOff also released his first solo album, The last rocketin 2018.

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