Quavo Takes Fight Against Gun Violence

In Wake Of Takeoff’s Death Quavo met with VP Kamala Harris and Congress members to discuss gun violence after losing his nephew and fellow Migos member Takeoff in a shooting last year.

The “Greatness” artist joined the Community Justice Action Fund for a panel on gun violence prevention in DC.


He was with his mother, Edna, and sister, Titania Davenport, who is Takeoff’s mother.

How do you keep them out of the hands of people that make bad decisions?

He added,

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 these guns.

Sharing pictures of their meeting on social media, Harris wrote on Instagram,

Thank you @quavohuncho, Edna, and Titania for using your voices to honor Takeoff’s legacy and call for action to prevent gun violence.

How should gun violence be addressed in the black community?

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