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Rapper Takeoff’s funeral will take place at 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11, at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Channel 2 reports.

The State Farm Arena has a maximum capacity of 20,000.

The service will be officiated by Pastor Jesse Curney III of New Mercies Christian Church in Lilburn.

A source told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the rapper and his family attended the church.

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Takeoff, real name Kirshnik Ball, was shot multiple times outside a bowling alley in Houston on Tuesday, Nov. 1. He was 28.

Two others suffered non life-threatening injuries during the shootout.

His uncle and fellow Migos member Quavo (left) was also at the bowling alley, but he was not injured.

Takeoff was robbed of his expensive jewelry after he declined to participate in a dice game hosted by J. Prince Jr.

Takeoff is the second rapper in as many months to be robbed and killed after attending a dice game hosted by J. Prince Jr.
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Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens said in a social media post that he spoke with Quavo Marshall and the Houston mayor to ask for updates in the investigation.

Dickens said Takeoff was the humble and quiet member of the trio. He said his senseless death is another reminder that gun violence must be stopped.

“I’m asking us to stop the violence,” he said, referring to Black males. “I’m asking us to make sure that we look to ourselves as people who can advocate for peace.”

Dickens blamed guns and aspiring rappers for the violence.

“I do not believe that hip-hop equals violence. I grew up on the music,” the 48-year-old mayor said. “I’m still into the music. Guns plus people being mad equals bad outcomes.”