Tickets for rapper Takeoff‘s memorial service at State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Friday are sold out.
The free tickets were offered online on Tuesday for the 20,000 seat arena.
No one will be allowed inside State Farm Arena without a ticket. The memorial service is set to begin at noon Friday.
Pop star Justin Bieber (left) is scheduled to perform at the request of Takeoff’s uncle and fellow Migos rapper Quavo Marshall (right). Takeoff was one-third of the Grammy-nominated rap group, Migos.
The family asked that fans adhere to a strict no cameras and no video policy.
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Takeoff was shot and killed outside a bowling alley in downtown Houston on Nov. 1. He was 28.
Rev. Jesse Curney, III, Senior Pastor of New Mercies Christian Church will be delivering the eulogy. The rapper and his family attended his church.
“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.”
Houston police have no suspects in the murder. Witnesses include Lil Bushwick, the son of the late rap icon Bushwick Bill.
Lil Bushwick, also known as Yung Knxw, was holding a Chucky doll and standing next to Takeoff when the rapper was shot.
In these screen shots provided by YouTube vlogger I Got Sauce, Lil Bushwick is pictured with Rap-A-Lot Records honcho James Prince Sr. (left) Lil Bushwick is also pictured standing directly behind Quavo while he was shooting dice at a private party hosted by J. Prince Jr. at the bowling alley.
The photo puts Lil Bushwick at the scene, despite claims that he was not there.
Chucky saw everything
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