Drake has paid tribute to Migos‘ Takeoff during a concert in Atlanta.
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Takeoff, real name Kirsnick Khari Ball, died on November 1 last year, aged 28, when he was shot dead in an alleged dice game gone wrong in Houston, Texas. In January, a man was charged with the murder of Takeoff but was released on bail after paying a $1million (£824,150) bond. He was formally indicted in July.
During his concert in Atlanta, Drake paid tribute to Takeoff, saying: “The first time I came to Atlanta, was I hopped on the remix to the song called ‘Versace…And I just wanted to say while I’m in here, rest in peace to my brother Takeoff. One of my first brothers out here in Atlanta.”
You can see the moment here:
Drake talks about hopping on the “Versace” remix while paying respects to Takeoff pic.twitter.com/6hB7jx7o1n
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) September 26, 2023
In the wake of Takeoff’s passing last year, Drake shared an image of himself performing live on-stage with the artist on Instagram.
“I got the best memories of all of us seeing the world together and bringing light to every city we touch,” he wrote as the caption at the time….