Rapper Takeoff died this week after a stray bullet hit him when he and some members of Migos were out to play dice.
His death has come as a shock to many because he just released a work of art that is believed will make it on the charts.
After his death, 50 Cent who has been in the game spoke and gave some good direction to Quavo on how he can move on and make a great legacy for Takeoff.
50 Cent said:
“This is really how it goes @quavohuncho you have to position this Album correctly for Take Offs Legacy,” the “Candy Shop” rapper wrote via Instagram Wednesday alongside a video of music manager Steven Victor talking about his client Pop Smoke, who also died from gun violence, on the “Out of Office” podcast.
“go make a couple changes and address everything,” 50 Cent, who executive produced Pop Smoke’s posthumous album “Shoot for the Stars, aim for the Moon,” continued. “All artist [sic] make the best music out of painful moments.”
https://www.mynewsgh.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=182514&action=edit details the cause of death of Takeoff.