Offset and Cardi B Pay Quiet Tribute to Takeoff After His Tragic Passing

The status of Offset's relationship with Takeoff at the time of the 28-year-old rapper's death remains unclear, as the the late star and Quavo had moved forward as a musical duo without Offset in recent months.

AceShowbiz - Offset and Cardi B are mourning the death of Takeoff. Taking to their respective social media accounts, the married couple shared quiet tributes to the 28-year-old fallen Migos member following his tragic passing.

On Wednesday, November 2, fans noticed that Offset changed his Instagram profile picture to a smiling photo of his late Migos bandmate. In the photo, Offset appeared to add a small white heart in the corner.

Cardi, who's married to Offset and shares two children, 4-year-old Kulture and 1-year-old Wave, with the rapper, also addressed Takeoff's shocking death on Wednesday by retweeting a throwback interview clip of Migos speaking to Complex.

In the footage, the group members were asked about the best gift they'd ever received. "My best gift from my brothers is my brothers. None of us would be here without each other. We've held each other up through hard times, through good times. We're with each other. We're all we got. I don't know nothing else," said Offset in the clip.

Takeoff agreed with Offset in the interview before showing off a ring he received from his mother featuring a photo of them together from his infant years. "It's always gonna stay with me... I ain't gonna never take it off," he said at the time.

Though Offset, Takeoff and Quavo started Migos as a trio, the status of Offset's relationship with Takeoff and Quavo at the time of Takeoff's death remains unclear, as the two had moved forward as a musical duo without Offset in recent months.

In an interview on the "Drink Champs" podcast aired on October 22, Quavo and Takeoff discussed the future of Migos. When Takeoff was asked directly what happened with Offset, he explained that it had always been his dream to do a project with just Quavo, who is his uncle.

"That's something I always wanted to do, though," Takeoff explained. "Just like, me personally, just a bucket list.. You know what I'm saying? This is my real uncle. We do music, we came up together. We've been doing this.. I always have wanted to drop a venture, a collab album. Why not? Why can't I drop one with my band member, at the same time, this my real blood. So, I feel like that's something I always wanted to do."

Quavo, meanwhile, said he "didn't think" a Migos reunion with Offset was in the cards and alluded to tension among the trio. Takeoff went on adding, "Life [is] like a movie, like a book. People that [are] in the first scene or the first chapter or the second chapter, they ain't meant to be in the whole entireā€¦ They [are] part of your history and that's just how life goes."

On November 1, Takeoff was at a private party with Quavo when an altercation broke out and he was struck by a bullet outside the 810 Billiards and Bowling Houston in Texas, the Houston Police said at a press conference. Quavo was not injured in the incident.

During the press conference, officers also revealed that at least two firearms were involved in the shooting and they believe the suspects were also guests at a private party at the location.

In the wake of Takeoff's death, Migos' label Quality Control Music mourned the rapper's death in a statement posted on Instagram. "It is with broken hearts and deep sadness that we mourn the loss of our beloved brother Kirsnick Khari Ball, known to the world as Takeoff," the statement read. "Senseless violence and a stray bullet has taken another life from this world and we are devastated." The statement concluded by asking fans to "respect his family and friends as we all continue to process this monumental loss."

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