Justin Bieber Set To Perform At Takeoff’s Memorial Service, All Phones Will Be Confiscated
The world will be saying their last goodbye’s to Takeoff on Friday (Nov. 11).
As previously reported, Takeoff, one-third of the Migos hip-hop group, was fatally shot at a bowling alley in Houston, Texas on Tuesday (Nov.1). Video footage before the shooting shows Quavo and Takeoff among other men arguing over who would be successful in a basketball match. While listening to the audio you can hear Takeoff’s uncle, Quavo, getting frustrated over the conversation. A few seconds before shots were let off, Quavo said:
“Aye let’s go bruh. I ain’t finna do this sh*t – I’m finna hurt somebody bruh.”
The memorial for the rapper, born Kirshnik Khari Ball, will be kept at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. According to recent reports, Justin Bieber will be taking the stage during the memorial. Although the singer doesn’t have any solo songs with Takeoff, he’s collaborated with the Migos on tracks such as “What You See” and “Looking for You,” along with other songs with Quavo. Justin Beiber and any other performance taking place during the memorial is considered to be top secret. All phones will be confiscated from anyone attending the 28-year-old’s funeral.
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