Friday (November 11) will be a celebration of life service for Migos Takeoff members. as such Previously reported by REVOLT, the 28-year-old was fatally shot while attending a special event at a bowling alley in Houston on November 1. Local police stated that the rapper is not believed to be the intended victim of the crime.
Takeoff’s funeral will take place at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta and is free for Georgia residents—however, even local fans may not be able to attend. As of this morning (November 9), tickets are already sold out. According to 11 Alive, “All tickets party It was distributed just hours after it went live on Ticketmaster yesterday (November 8).” A reporter continued, “The organizers say if you don’t have a ticket, the event is at full capacity, so they ask, don’t just come downtown.” No gifts or other souvenirs may be left in or near the place.
Takeoff’s home guest service doors open at 11 AM local time and the funeral begins at noon. Free parking will be available to ticketed guests on a first-come-first-served basis. Justin Beiber It is rumored that it will be shown at the Feast on Friday celebrating life. The Canadian-born hitmaker has collaborated with Migos and group member Quavo on several occasions. No photos or videos will be allowed during the service, and phones will be collected before guests can enter the building.
Honors of the slain young legend continued to pour in from his peers and fans. Since his death, the Atlanta Falcons have paid their respects to the Georgia native, and the muralist has immortalized the artist with an image on the Atlanta Greenbelt Line. Pierre “Paul” Thomas Music QC also shared a touching post saying, “You come from the stars, so I know you’ll be there forever watching us all. I will love you forever.” At this time, no arrests were made in connection with Tykov’s death.
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