Candlelight vigil For TakeOff in Atlanta hosted by Friends and Family

Updated: Nov 21

TakeOff was remembered at a vigil by his closest friends and family — see footage from the memorial service below.
On Friday (November 4), several videos of the candle lighting ceremony began to circulate on the Internet. In the short clip, relatives of the deceased Migos rapper gather around each other,

chanting TakeOff’s name and releasing balloons bearing his stage name.
The participants can be heard shouting: “RIP [Rest in peace] Aside from the phrase “Nawfside,” which TakeOff and several of his other Atlanta rap peers use to pay homage to his upbringing on the city’s north side, TakeOff.

Since the world woke up to the news of Takeoff’s death on Tuesday (November 1), tributes have been pouring in from across the hip-hop community. Authorities say the altercation was reported around 2:30 a.m. at the 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley in downtown Houston. Flight, whose real name is Kirshnick Hari Ball, was among a group of people — including his brother and Migos bandmate Quavo — watching a show when a fight broke out and shots were fired The 28-year-old died of gunshot wounds to the head and torso, the Houston Coroner’s Office said in an autopsy report. Two other people were injured and taken to an area hospital, including Quavo’s assistant Joshua “Wash” Washington.
Gucci Mane, Killer Mike and Joe Budden were among the first to share their reactions to the

tragic news on social media. Others, including Drake, Future, 21 Savage, Travis Scott and 2 Chainz, have recently joined in, posting tributes and fond memories of Flight.

An in-flight autopsy revealed the rapper died of gunshot wounds to the “head and torso.” Quavo has yet to comment publicly on the disappearance of his recently released nephew Built exclusively for Infinity Links, their debut project as the duo Unc & Phew. They had just released the music video for their single “Messy” the night before Takeoff was killed.
Offset, who has been at loggerheads with his cousins ​​and Migos bandmates for the past few months, responded to the shocking news. changing his social media profile picture to the flying picture.
On Wednesday morning (Nov. 2), a mural appeared along Atlanta’s BeltLine in tribute to a fallen city hero. TakeOff has released his one and only project in the form of his debut effort The last missile four years ago, in November 2018.
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