The rapper for the Migos wants people to honor his late cousin well.
Offset has been openly lamenting the passing of his cousin, Takeoff, who was a member of the Migos. Since the 28-year-unexpected old’s passing, followers have flooded social media with sympathy posts for the deceased celebrity. On Tuesday, Offset posted a message to followers on Instagram about posting Takeoff after his passing.
The 30-year-old rapper posted a picture of Jesus Christ with a unique remark on his Instagram story. Please don’t post Takeoff until it’s favorable, Offset urged. There has been no news on what motivated the “CODE” rapper’s message.
While some fans were perplexed by the image, the majority endorsed Offset’s point of view. Is there anything negative to say about Take, a fan asked? He was always very modest and understated. “NO TAKEOFF SLANDER WILL BE TOLERATED EVER,” another person remarked.
Offset’s message was made shortly after the weekend memorial service for Takeoff. He and his wife Cardi B traveled to Miami’s E11EVEN venue on Thursday before he took the stage to perform some of his best singles.
Offset performed for the first time since Take’s demise throughout the show. During his Miami concert, he paid tribute to his late cousin and bandmate. “Tonight, we’re going to go Takeoff crazy in here. For my brother, I’m undertaking this. Before performing Migos hits like “Bad and Boujee” and “Fight Night,” Offset shared.
On November 1, Takeoff was shot and died while watching a dice game with his uncle Quavo in Houston. The young rapper’s murder has been accused of being committed by 33-year-old Patrick Xavier Clark. On Monday, Clark appeared in court for the first time, when he was charged with trying to leave the country before being apprehended.
His attorneys refuted the allegations, pointing out that Clark had already scheduled a trip to Mexico before being detained and charged. The night TakeOff was slain, Clark was shown on tape firing his rifle while holding a wine bottle in his other hand outside the 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley. He’s being kept in police custody right now on a $2 million bond.