aAmerican rapper and record producer Quavo He issued a heartfelt letter to fellow rapper and his nephew Take Off, who passed away.
Quavo stressed that the word “nephew” was not a strong enough description of the relationship he had with him. take offwho was also part of the hip-hop trio Migos.
There has been no action on Quavo’s Instagram account since October 31 when a post was made just hours ago take off Shot dead in Houston, Texas.
On Saturday, November 12, the silence was broken on Instagram with a long message shared by Quavo mourning the death of his nephew.
The words were above the photos that showed the duo at different stages of their lives growing up together.
“Since we were kids, you’ve been by my side looking at me,” Quavo wrote, “their eyes are waiting for me to make the move.” Then follow me directly. I always made sure I did it first so you could do that right with me. She never competed with me, we were always on the same team.”
There is a message shift where Quavo stops addressing Quavo directly and instead tells readers about his nephew.
“All this time he had a real passion for music,” Quavo recalls, “his dream was to become a rapper because I didn’t know what I wanted to do. Sports wasn’t my thing because he saw me lose everything time.”
“All this time, I’ve been trying to figure out what you really are to me because my nephew wasn’t,” the letter reads. “We hated the word ‘nephew’ or when they said ‘Unc and Phew’ because we’ve always known we were a lot closer than that which made me feel old too.
“But I knew you are not my brother because you are my sister, so I couldn’t say my brother. Now I finally got it… You are our angel watching me and watching us all the time in living form making sure everyone feels loved and hugged while you are here and you made our dreams come true.”