Offset claims he is ‘devastated’ following the death of former bandmate Takeoff


Offset has broken his social media silence over the death of Takeoff, a fellow member of platinum-selling rap group Migos.

On Tuesday, Offset issued a note On his verified Instagram account, Addressing Takeoff, he wrote, “The pain you left me with is unbearable.”

“My heart is broken and I have so much to say but I can’t find the words,” she wrote. “I go to sleep, wake up, it’s all a dream, but it’s real, real feels like a dream.”

Shot on takeoff and killed Earlier this month Officials in Houston, Texas said. He is 28 years old.

Takeoff, his uncle Quavo and cousin Offset were members of the rap trio.

The three no longer act together.

Offset went solo and recently teamed up with Quavo Takeoff to form the duo “Unc & Phew” and released their debut album “Only Built for Infinity Links” on October 7th.

He spoke passionately at Offset Takeoffs A recent memorial, was held at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, but was not televised. He has not made any public comments on social media.

Offset wrote that he wanted a takeoff hug “one last time” and “one last laugh.” Smoke one last time. Do it one last time.”

“I know someone with a soul like yours is in heaven right now,” Offset wrote. “I hope you can see how much we love you and miss you.”

Post with photos and video coming later Quao and Offset’s wife Cardi B And paid tribute to the takeoff.

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