The Rickey Smiley Morning Show Discusses the Legacy of the Migos: “I Always Thought That They Would go Down as an Iconic Rap Group”


    The Rickey Smiley Morning show discussed the celebration of life ceremony for the late Migos Rapper Takeoff. More said the services would be held on Friday, November 11th, at the State Farm arena in Atlanta. According to TMZ, reverend Jesse Curney, III of New Mercies Christian Church, will officiate the service, which begins at 1:00 PM, informed More.

    Over the weekend, the rapper’s family held a balloon send-off to honor the megastar. Drake has postponed his Friday, November 11th concert at the Apollo theater so that he could attend the service.

    More gave an update on the investigation. She said law enforcement sources recently said that they are vigorously investigating the argument that led to the 28-year-old rapper’s death. However, authorities have not pinpointed a suspect yet, added the morning host.

    “When I think about the Migos… I always thought that they would go down as an iconic rap group. Like when you think about, you know, Tribe Called Quest, and you think about Outkast and N.W.A. They were that new iconic [rap group],” said More.

    “I think they’re still gonna get that label, but it’s different now because they wasn’t able to really, you know, max it out with another classic album,” said the radio DJ.   

    More said she was glad that the service would be held at the arena because a lot of people are mourning his death.


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