Offset pays tribute to Takeoff with a new back tattoo, showcasing a portrait of his late cousin covering his entire back.
The rapper shared photos of the artwork including one with an almost halo-like circle around Takeoff’s head, reminiscent of religious art.
In November, Takeoff was tragically killed outside a Houston bowling alley.
Fellow Migos member, Quavo, also paid tribute to Takeoff with a heartfelt track in January. The group, whose youngest member was Takeoff, skyrocketed to fame in 2013 with “Versace” and gained even more popularity after a remix with Drake.
Black trans woman Ashley Burton found dead in Her apartment
37-year-old Black trans woman, Ashley Burton has been shot dead at an apartment complex in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ashley Burton was found dead outside her apartment in City Park Apartments, with a suspected gunshot wound.
Despite the tragedy, her family and friends are pushing for justice and greater awareness of the issue facing transgender people of color.
A report by The Human Rights Campaign found that 85% of trans men and women killed in 2022 were people of color, with 69% of victims of trans killings in the US being Black.
Burton’s death is one of four out of eight homicides tracked by the HRC this year that involve Black trans women.
The 37-year-old was an environmental activist and a loving partner, who was remembered by her best friend as a sweet young lady full of life.
Her death has left those close to her and the wider community asking why someone so dedicated to doing right by people would face such a personal attack.
It’s believed that Burton knew and trusted her killer, who stole her cell phone in addition to taking her life.
Video of ‘BEEF’ actor David Choe bragging about raping woman and being a successful rapist on podcast resources
David Choe, star of Netflix and A24’s show Beef, has faced online backlash after a resurfaced podcast clip from 2014 showed him boasting about being a successful rapist and sexually assaulting a massage therapist.
Choe, who plays Isaac on the show and is known for his graffiti artistry, made the controversial remarks on a podcast he co-hosted with Asa Akira called DVDASA.
Investigative journalist Aura Bogado shared the clip on Twitter, stating that Choe assaulted a black woman.
Despite denying the claims in a statement after the podcast aired, many social media users have called out the decision to cast Choe in the show.
Choe and Netflix have not responded to media outlets’ requests for comment.
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