Cardi B Remembers Takeoff After Alleged Offset and Quavo's Grammys Fight

Prior to this, a video that saw the 'Bodak Yellow' raptress seemingly yelling at her husband and his cousin during what appeared to be a physical altercation backstage at the Grammys emerged.

AceShowbiz - Cardi B is remembering Takeoff. The "Bodak Yellow" raptress made use of her social media platform to share a quiet tribute to the late Migos member after alleged Offset and Quavo's fight at the 2023 Grammy Awards.

On Tuesday, February 7, the New York-born femcee reposted Takeoff's photo from @takeoffonline_ on her Instagram Story. The snapshot saw the late rap artist covering his face with his hand. Interestingly, the caption of the image read, "Speak no evil [rocket emoji]."

Cardi B via IG Story

Cardi B remembered Takeoff after alleged Offset and Quavo's Grammys fight.

The cryptic post arrived after a video of her seemingly yelling at her husband Offset and his cousin Quavo during what appeared to be a physical altercation backstage at the Grammys emerged on social media. "Both of y'all wrong. This is not right!" she shouted. "No b****h, shut the f**k up cuz you shouldn't have been talking."

It's reported that Quavo prevented Offset from joining him on stage to give a special tribute to Takeoff during the In Memoriam segment at the Grammys. Apparently, the Recording Academy asked Offset to join Quavo during his performance of "Without You". However, the reports alleged that Quavo blocked Offset from appearing on stage.

From there, the two were alleged to have gotten into a physical altercation that resulted in the two of them being pulled apart from one another. It's also reported that Quavo was the one who "started the fight."

A few hours after the reports emerged, Offset turned to Twitter to set the record straight. The "Ric Flair Drip" rapper flat-out denied fighting with Quavo just before the latter hit the stage to pay tribute to Takeoff, writing, "What tf look like fighting my brother [y'all] n***as is crazy."

Takeoff was shot and killed at a bowling alley in Houston on November 1 last year after an altercation broke out over a dice game. Police arrested Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, in December as a suspect in the murder. Officers also arrested Cameron Joshua, 22, who was charged with the unlawful carrying of a weapon in connection to the shooting.

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