On the one-year anniversary of the tragic fatal shooting of Migos member Takeoff, his fellow group members Offset and Quavo took to social media to honor their fallen brother. Remembering the better days they shared together, the duo shared heartfelt messages and photos showcasing their deep bond.
Offset and Quavo, members of the rap group Migos, paid tribute to their late bandmate Takeoff on the one-year anniversary of his fatal shooting. Through heartfelt messages and shared photos, they celebrated the precious moments they spent together and acknowledged their significant impact on the music industry. Justice for Takeoff is still ongoing, with his alleged killer awaiting trial in January.
A Reflection on Takeoff’s Life
Offset, in a poignant post on Wednesday, commemorated Takeoff and expressed the significance of the time they spent together. He acknowledged that the music industry failed to recognize their contributions while highlighting their global influence. Offset wrote, “The times we spent are priceless. What we built in this game, they never wanted to give us our flowers. We influenced the world.”
Accompanying the emotional message, Offset shared a touching video montage showcasing the cherished memories they created. He concluded with a heartfelt declaration, “I love you Takeoff, you are still here with us, I just know it! Migo 4Life!!!!!!”
Quavo’s Tribute to his Late Bandmate
Quavo, also deeply affected by the loss, paid tribute to Takeoff as well. He shared a photograph of Takeoff, affirming that he will never forget their time together. The caption read, “Can’t forget it. Won’t forget it. NEVER forget it. I remember!”
In addition, Quavo has been reposting artwork of Takeoff on his Instagram story, further exemplifying the lasting impact of their friendship and musical collaboration.
Justice in Progress
As the Migos family continues to mourn Takeoff’s untimely passing, justice is underway. Takeoff’s alleged killer, Patrick Xavier Clark, was indicted for murder in May. Although the trial has yet to begin, Clark has pleaded not guilty. His next court appearance is scheduled for January.