Quavo and Offset Reflect on TakeOff’s Tragic Passing One Year Anniversary 

    Wednesday, November 1st, marked a somber anniversary in the hip-hop world as fans and the larger community remembered the untimely passing of TakeOff, one of the Migos group members, who was tragically shot and killed at the age of 28.

    Quavo, a former member of the Migos, took to Instagram to share a touching black-and-white image of his nephew and expressed his unwavering love and remembrance for TakeOff. He captioned the post with powerful words, saying, “Can’t forget it, won’t forget it, NEVER forget it [rocket emoji, infinity emoji] I Remember!”

    Offset, the third Migos member, also paid tribute to his late friend on Instagram. He posted a video that commemorated TakeOff’s legacy and wrote a heartfelt message, highlighting the enduring impact of their bond in the hip-hop world. Offset said, “The times we spent are priceless. What we built in this game, they never wanted to give us our flowers. We influenced the world…I Love you Take, you’re still here with us, I just know you are!!!! Migo 4Life!!!!!!”

    The tragic incident occurred in 2022 during a “lucrative” dice game outside 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, Texas. TakeOff was believed to be an innocent bystander when the situation escalated into a deadly shootout.

    The alleged killer, Patrick Xavier Clark, has consistently maintained his innocence, with his legal team arguing that he was at equal risk as the late rapper during the incident. Clark’s arrest in December 2022 was based on a reconstruction of the event using video and ballistics evidence.

    Defense attorney Letitia Quinones-Hollins stated that they firmly believe in Clark’s self-defense claim and raised doubts about whether he was the one who fired the fatal shot. She emphasized, “There was someone else who started the shooting, it was not Patrick Clark. He was in the same position that TakeOff was in, he was trying to get out of there alive as well. He didn’t have anything to do with the argument that occurred. He just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time when people started firing weapons.”

    With Clark’s next court date set for early next year, Quinones-Hollins anticipates that the trial will likely commence in the second half of 2024. The legal proceedings will continue to shed light on the tragic events that led to the loss of TakeOff, a beloved figure in the hip-hop community.

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