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Fans of slain rapper Takeoff (center) expressed their outrage over his uncle Quavo (right) asking Justin Bieber (left) to perform at the late rapper’s memorial service in Atlanta on Friday.

Takeoff, 28, was shot and killed at a bowling alley in downtown Houston on Nov. 1. Police have no suspects.

The memorial service is set for 12 noon Friday, Nov. 11, at State Farm Arena which has a capacity of 20,000 seats.

His family asked that all guests adhere to a “strict no photo and no video policy”, and for donations to be made to the Rocket foundation in lieu of gifts or flowers.

Some fans voiced their opinions that Justin is not the proper artist for the memorial service. But others said Justin and Quavo are close friends.

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One Twitter user wrote:

“People in the arts treating a memorial service as some super bowl performance?? Justin Bieber has been friends with them since the very start of their career. And it’s Quavo and Offset who thought no one should get to honor Take Off more than Justin Bieber. Literally get over it.”

Atlanta’s V-103 radio station announced the funeral service on Monday. The station said Rev. Jesse Curney, III, Senior Pastor of New Mercies Christian Church will be delivering the eulogy. The rapper and his family attended the church.

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“I plan to remember him as the young man that I saw growing up in the church who loved being with his family, who loved coming to worship, and the times when he made it to church with his busy schedule, he still came as just a regular worshiper, and one who showed love to fans,” Rev. Curney told Audacy’s NewsTalk 1380 WAOK in Atlanta.

“I think that’s what’s so important for me and for most of all his family — this was a son, a grandson, a brother, a nephew, a cousin,” the Reverend adds. “This is family. Therefore to remember his love that he shared for everyone and gave to everyone; that’s the person I know, and that’s the person I can speak of.”