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Cardi B, Offset, Quavo seen for the first time after Takeoff’s death

Cardi B, Offset, Quavo seen for the first time after Takeoff's death

Cardi B, Offset and Quavo were spotted for the first time after Takeoff’s tragic death on Nov. 1.

The three rappers, who were all dressed in black, were seen getting into a black SUV on Thursday night as they attended the late rapper’s wake.

Offset and Quavo — who had a falling out earlier this year — were both dressed in suits and dark sunglasses while Cardi B donned a form-fitting dress during the somber evening.

The estranged family was joined by about a dozen other people with some shaking off the stress by smoking and others sipping from a bottle of alcohol.

The reunion comes just one day before nearly 20,000 people will gather at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena for Takeoff’s “Celebration of Life.”

While Georgia residents were able to get tickets for free, the memorial service sold out just moments after going on sale and is expected to have performances from Justin Bieber and other notable rappers.

Takeoff and Offset formed Migos in 2008 with Quavo, who was at the scene the night the 28-year-old rapper was shot.

While Quavo has yet to speak out about his nephew’s death, Offset subtly paid tribute to his cousin by changing his Instagram profile photo to one of the late rapper last week.

The “Bodak Yellow” songstress also paid her respects by retweeting a video shared by Complex in which the three Migos members discussed the importance of family.

“My dudes gave me this ring,” Takeoff explains of his piece of jewelry that features a photo of him as a boy and his mom. “… It’s always going to stay with me, too. I ain’t never going to take it off.”

In another eerie resurfaced video since the shooting, the late rapper talked about wanting his “flowers” while he was still alive.

Takeoff, whose real name was Kirshnik Khari Ball, was shot and killed at a bowling alley in Houston last week.

Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset from The Migos
Offset and Takeoff created the Migos in 2008.

The “Stir Fry” rapper’s record label, Quality Control Music, said he was killed by a “stray bullet,” which coroner’s later confirmed saying he was shot in the head and torso.

The police investigation is still ongoing.

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