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Meek Mill hasn’t been not able to attend the TakeOff‘s Atlanta memorial ceremony However, the rapper has posted on his social networks to share his affection for the deceased Migos singer.

“Rip to take OFF..I can’t believe this world we live in. ….Prayers towards your family, mother and all QC! Change the rules with no doubt, my boy,” Meek wrote.

He continued: “And I apologize for missing your funeral ima forever rep y’all boys.”

It was held in the afternoon of Friday (November 11) on November 11 at The Atlanta’s State Farm Arena, the funeral for TakeOff was open to Atlanta residents who could purchase tickets through Ticketmaster earlier in the week.

As per Atlanta the radio station V-103 in Atlanta V-103, the Reverend Jesse Curney III of New Mercies Christian Church took care of the funeral of TakeOff at the arena that holds 20,000 people that promptly began at 12:00 pm ET.

Even though there is a strictly no-phone rule for the ceremony, Akademiks shared a few images of the program during the afternoon service, as along with a few pictures from inside the State Farm Arena.

Justin Bieber was announced as a guest at the ceremony during the course of the week and although it was speculated that Alicia Keys would make an appearance, a source told that Page Six that this would not be the situation.

According to reports, TakeOff’s family members also requested to make fans contribute for the rapper’s Rocket Foundation, which combats gun violence.

TakeOff (real nickname Kirsnick Khari Ball) was killed and shot during the Houston, Texas bowling alley on the 2nd of November. The authorities located in Houston, Texas were notified of the shooting “shortly after 2:30 a.m.” at the local bowling alley, where a game of dice took place.

The Harris County Medical Examiner confirmed in the autopsy report of TakeOff two days ago that Migos member was killed by “penetrating gunshot wounds of head and torso into arm.” There haven’t been any arrests announced yet, but Houston Police have called those who witnessed the incident to “step up” to assist them in identifying the person who fired the gun.

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“We’re looking for anything to help us from there,” Sergeant. Michael Arrington said at a press conference. “We are determined to get justice for the family of [Takeoff’s]. They’re in a difficult time in the present. The only thing they can offer is to to hope that you reach out and help with any assistance you can to help us gather evidence that will assist us in apprehending and secure charges and an arrests for the person who caused Takeoff’s death. Takeoff.”

The Police Chief Troy Finner chimed in: “I would like to share a message with the city of Houston and to every brother and sister living in the neighborhood. I’m calling on you to take action. There were at the least 40 people in attendance at the event. some left because of fear.

“Actually there is a single thing and I’d like this to be a common theme for everyone. What if it were your brother? What if it were your son? You’d like someone to take the initiative. Please, get involved. Send us the details to help us bring closure to the family that’s struggling right now.”

Quavo and TakeOff were just releasing their debut album ogether only built for infinity Links and Migos released their critically acclaimed Culture trilogy Culture III last June. TakeOff released his single album The Last Rocket in the year 2018 and Offset made it clear this Thursday (November 10, 2018) that he would be holding off his release of his upcoming solo album due to the passing of his uncle.