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Offset misses his late friend Takeoff.
On Tuesday, Offset, 30, shared a photo of his cousin and fellow Migos member, who was killed in a morning shooting Nov. 1.
Paying tribute to Takeoff (real name Kirsnick Khari Ball), Offset wrote alongside the pic: “I miss everything about you, especially that smile.”
Takeoff, the youngest member of the rap trio, was shot and killed outside a bowling alley in downtown Houston, police confirmed. He was 28 years old.
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“This morning at 2:34 the officers received a call about a shooting in progress. The officers arrived there shortly after – a location downtown, Billiards & Bowling Alley. They came across a male who was deceased. That male was identified as Kirsnick Ball, better known as Takeoff. He is a member of the rap group Migos, from Atlanta,” Police Chief Troy Finner said at a news conference at the time.
“I’ve had a lot of calls from Houston and outside of Houston. And everyone has been talking about how amazing this young man is, how peaceful he is. What a great artist.”
Takeoff was at a private party with fellow Migos rapper Quavo, when an altercation erupted. Quavo, 31, was not injured in the crash.
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“A private party was booked for the event – after it wrapped up, a large group of people gathered in the front door area on the outside of the building, and this led to a discussion where the shooting occurred because of the disagreement,” Sgt. Michael Arrington explained during the press conference.
“Several of the people who were present fled the scene and did not stay to give a statement. We ask them to call us at the homicide division or if they want to remain anonymous, they can call Crime Stoppers. We are looking for any information right now, any video, any information. We need all of you to send it to us so we can solve this case. We are looking for anything to help us. We want to find justice for this family.”
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Offset first reacted to Takeoff’s death in a heartfelt Instagram post.
“Dear Take, I don’t feel like posting you like this… This still doesn’t feel like reality. I’ve been looking for the right words to say, but there aren’t any that are enough,” Offset wrote in part in the emotional post.
She added: “I wish I could hug you one last time. Laugh one last time. Have a smoke [sic] last time. Run one last time. I know someone with a soul like yours is in heaven now. I hope you can see how much we love and miss you. You left a void in my heart that will never fill.”
Quavo, who was Takeoff’s uncle, also shared sentimental words about the loss on social media.
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“All this time I’ve been trying to figure out what you really are to me because niece wasn’t that. We hated the word ‘niece’ or when they said ‘Unc and Phew’ because we always knew we were so much closer than that and it made me feel old me too,” Quavo wrote of his relationship with Takeoff.
“Now I finally understand…you are OUR angel watching and watching over us all this time in living form, making sure that EVERYONE WILL FEEL YOUR LOVE AND HUGS while you are here and you make our dreams come true.”
Several artists have since paid tribute to the Grammy-nominated star, who, along with Migos, is known for further popularizing hip-hop’s triplet stream and scoring two No. 1 albums. 1 in the process, with 2017’s Culture and 2018 Culture II.