Cardi B Opens Up About Her "Pain" After Takeoff's Death: "I'm Heartbroken"

Cardi B Opens Up About Her “Pain” After Takeoff’s Death: “I’m Heartbroken”

Cardi B penned a moving tribute to Takeoff after her “celebration of life” ceremony on Friday, revealing she felt great “pain and grief” over his death.

“The impact you’ve had in this world has been so great and it’s been hard for us to grasp this tragedy,” the ‘WAP’ rapper, 30, wrote in a lengthy Instagram caption, along with a slideshow. images from Takeoff.

“I am heartbroken but grateful for all the precious memories we were able to share while you were here with us. It has truly been a nightmare and the pain is unmatched.

Cardi B, who is married to Takeoff’s cousin Offset, noted that her husband and Quavo, who together formed the rap group Migos with the now-deceased rapper, feel an “emptiness” and so she prays for their ” strength”.

“I believe angels send signs and sweet dreams to their loved ones to assure them that they are looking at them and that they are well and happy…send some to your mother 🙏🏽,” the rapper added Bodak Yellow.

Cardi B and Migos in concert.
Cardi B is married to Offset, who formed rap group Migos with Takeoff and Quavo.
Getty Images for BET

Cardi B also said it “hurts” her to think about the impact Migos is having on the music industry because she knows “it will never be the same again.”

“I will remember your remarkable talent and your dope ass personality,” the mother-of-two concluded.

“I pray that you are at peace and in heaven because you fully deserve it. I know God has opened the heavenly gates for you with a warm embrace. Rest in power TakeOff 🚀💔 I will love you too 4L and after.

13619178z

Takeoff’s “Celebration of Life” ceremony was held in Atlanta on Friday.

Nathan Posner/Shutterstock

To take off

Takeoff was only 28 when he died.

Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Next

The DJ announced her pregnancy in an Instagram upload in June,…

Several of Cardi B’s famous friends and fans sent their condolences in the comments section of the post, including Lizzo, who wrote, “Always praying for you and your family, ❤️.”

Earlier in the week, Cardi B publicly mourned Takeoff’s death for the first time by retweeting a video in which he spoke about the importance of family.

“It will always stay with me too. I’m never gonna take it off,” the “Bad and Boujee” rapper said in the clip of a ring that had a picture of him as a boy and his mom.

Takeoff, real name Kirsnick Khari Ball, was shot dead at age 28 in Houston on November 1.

A photo of Takeoff sitting in a chair while wearing an orange coat.
Cardi B said Takeoff’s death brought “so much pain and sorrow to so many lives.”
iamcardib/Instagram

A coroner’s report released last week said the “Walk It Talk It” rapper was shot in the head and torso and died at the scene.

His killer remains at large, but police are actively investigating the fatal incident.

Her wake, which Cardi B attended alongside Offset and Quavo, took place in Atlanta on Thursday, followed by a star-studded funeral on Friday.


#Cardi #Opens #Pain #Takeoffs #Death #Heartbroken

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *