Quavo is willing to take action against gun violence and to talk about the same he even met Vice President of the US, Kamala Harris. Not to miss rapper Quavo lost his nephew Takeoff back in 2022 due to gun violence. Ever since then, he has been trying to take action against the crime. But what did he say to Kamala Harris about it?
Read ahead to know more about Quavo meets Vice President of US, Kamala Harris to talk about gun violence.
Rapper Takeoff’s death due to gun violence
Takeoff was an emerging rapper who was growing popular on social media and among his fans. However, the fame of the rapper was short-lived. He was shot back in 2022 while his uncle rapper Quavo was along with him.
Quavo spoke with Kamala Harris and congress to advocate against gun violence in honor of Takeoff:
“I don't want this to happen to the next person. I want to knock down these percentages… We need to do better with the control of guns” pic.twitter.com/6r66IEDKOq— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) September 21, 2023Advertisement
Back on 1st November 2022, rapper Takeoff was shot at a downtown Houston bowling alley following a private party. Quavo too was present with Takeoff when the incident took place. The reason for the death of Takeoff was cited as “penetrating gunshot wounds of head and torso into arm”.
Rapper Quavo meets Kamala Harris to talk about gun violence
It was on 20th September that rapper Quavo met the current Vice President of the US, Kamala Harris in Washington. During the Congressional Black Caucus legislative conference rapper Quavo met Kamala and members of Congress.
Quavo in Washington DC with Kamala Harris 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/yXlpCRVS4K— Wave Check🌊 (@thewavecheckk) September 20, 2023
Along with rapper Quavo, he had his mother Edna and sister Titania Davenport accompanying him. He talked about action against gun violence in the wake of his nephew Takeoff’s death. In fact, Kamala took to Instagram to share about meeting Quavo and his family and thanking him.
Vice President of the US, Kamala Harris thanks to rapper Quavo
Rapper Quavo about gun violence said, “We need to do better with the control of guns”. He even talked about police brutality. He asked, “How do you keep them out of the hands of people that make decisions?”.
Quavo elaborating the thing more said “I’m kind of in a half-and-half place. Even police have guns. Unfortunately, some of the people in our culture and loved ones have been lost to police brutality. It’s all about choices and how we can put a filter on who can use the guns”.
Kamala on her Instagram shared a pic with Quavo as she thanked him. Her post read “Thank you @quavohuncho, Edna, and Titania for using your voices to honor Takeoff’s legacy and call for action to prevent gun violence”.
- Also read: Anne Hathaway’ Candid Remarks on Sobriety, Aging, and Postpartum Snapback Spark Internet Conversation