“Even though I know you’ll always be with us, send me a Lil sign or a beautiful dream,” Offset tweeted in memory of his late Migos bandmate Takeoff, who was shot and died earlier this month.
Offset has spoken out about the death of his late Migos bandmate Takeoff, who was shot and died in Houston earlier this month at the age of 28.
Offset Pays Touching Tribute To Rapper Takeoff
Offset addressed his sentiments about Takeoff’s death in a heartfelt statement posted to Instagram on Tuesday, expressing disbelief, anguish, and sadness over the awful scenario.
“Dear Take, it doesn’t feel right to post you like this…This is still not feeling like reality. I’ve been looking for the proper words to say, but none have come to mind “In the caption of the post, Offset the 30-year-old performer prefaced the letter. “Rest In Power till we meet again. I adore you.”
Offset opened his statement, which was posted amid photographs and videos of the two rappers cuddling on a video shoot, swimming in a pool, and working together in professional settings, by informing Takeoff — his first cousin once removed — that “the agony you have left me with is overwhelming.”My heart is broken, and I have so many things to say but can’t find the right words. “I’ve been going to bed thinking that it’s all a dream, but it’s reality, and reality feels like a nightmare,” he said, noting that Takeoff would give him a “hug” rather than a more casual “dap.” “whenever they saw one other
A ‘celebration of life.’ was held in Atlanta after his death. His Bandmates and family paid rich tributes to him.
Quavo, Takeoff’s uncle was present at the bowling alley when he was shot at. He was not hurt. Way back in 2008 Quavo was part of Offset and Takeoff’s band when they had been nominated for the Grammy Awards.