50 Cent sends message to Quavo about keeping Takeoff’s legacy alive
“Go make a couple changes and [address everything] all artists make the best music out of painful moments,” 50 Cent said.
Curtis “50 Cent“ Jackson urges Quavo to ‘make the best music’ after Takeoff’s ‘painful’ death
50 Cent pays tribute to Takeoff and gives Quavo advice.
The Queens native tells Quavo, “all artists make the best music out of painful moments.”
“This is really how it goes @quavohuncho you have to position this Album correctly for Take Offs Legacy,” the television mogul wrote via Instagram Wednesday alongside a video of music manager Steven Victor talking about his client Pop Smoke, who also died from gun violence, on the “Out of Office” podcast.
“go make a couple changes and address everything,” 50 Cent, who executive produced Pop Smoke’s posthumous album “Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon,” continued. “all artist [sic] make the best music out of painful moments.”
Fif concluded the post, “R.I.P to pop smoke 🕊R.I.P to TakeOff.”
During an arena concert in Seinäjoki, Finland on Tuesday night (November 1), the G-Unit founder honored Takeoff, who was shot and killed in Houston at 28 years old, Texas earlier that day.
Weeks after he and Quavo released their joint project, Only Built For Infinity Links.
50 Cent saluted the late Migos lyricist by projecting his image on the stage as the group’s “Bad and Boujee” hit rang out through the venue’s speakers.
“I paid tribute to Takeoff last night in Finland it was lit,” 50 tweeted on Wednesday (November 2). “GLG GreenLightGang tour let’s get it!”