It's been one year since the tragic death of Atlanta rapper and Migos member Takeoff at a bowling alley in Houston. The star was loved by many and his death has changed the lives of those close to him.
Atlanta tattoo artist J.R. Outlaw felt moved to pay tribute to Takeoff after the Migos member was killed in Texas. His tattoo art of the late rapper is so big, it may set a new world record.
Former Migos members Quavo and Offset reunited for the first time to surprise the BET Awards with a powerful tribute to their late bandmate Takeoff.
Sunday was Takeoff's first birthday since the Atlanta rapper was gunned down outside a Texas bowling alley last year. He would have been 29 years old.
Takeoff's mother, Titania Davenport, of Georgia, filed the lawsuit Wednesday in Harris County District Court by Order of the Probate Court of Fulton County, Georgia.