AceShowbiz - Offset wants the world to know that he is missing Takeoff. The "Ric Flair Drip" rapper has turned to his social media platform to share an emotional post two months after his cousin and his Migos bandmate was fatally shot outside a Houston bowling alley.
On Wednesday, January 25, the husband of Cardi B made use of his Twitter account to share a message to the late 28-year-old Atlanta rapper. "[takeoff rocket emoji] come back bra !" he simply wrote.
His fans quickly rushed to the replies section to give some warm notes. "Stay strong set," one Twitter user wrote, with another adding, "I hope you guys are ok man for real. This f**kin sucks." A third chimed in, "Love you offset sending you prayers.I miss him to and every time I see his pic,video or hear y'all music I cry."
"Praying for you . He is truly Atlanta's angel. Its been an honor watching the three of you grow both lyrically and mentally from boys to men. Im so thankful to grow up in the migos trap music era to have witness it from the beginning. 4L I love you [takeoff rocket emojis]," someone else penned. A different person posted, "Cannot believe what you're going through... Stay strong [black heart emoji]."
This isn't the first time Offset publicly shares how he feels after Takeoff was killed. Late last month, Offset confessed he's faking his smile this whole time after the tragic incident. "S**t not easy fake smiling and s**t tryna keep walking with my head up," he tweeted alongside a photo of the fallen Migos member flashing a peace sign onstage.
His wife Cardi also admitted that it's hard to make Offset happy again. "We living our life normally, but deep down inside our hearts have been so heavy," the "Bodak Yellow" femcee claimed in a since-deleted Twitter voice note. "No lie, I have been feeling so hopeless trying to make my husband happy. Trying to make him crack a smile. Seeing him randomly cry, see him trying to distract his mind completely, schedules been changing, trying to keep up with work after everything that he's been going through these past couple of weeks."
Takeoff was fatally shot on November 1, 2022 following an "altercation" at the 810 Billiards and Bowling Houston in Texas. One month following the fatal incident, a suspected killer, Patrick Xavier Clark, was arrested.