Quavo And Takeoff Recreate A Childhood Photo
Quavo and Takeoff got together to replicate a flashback photo. However, fans are now wondering if Offset is a member of the gang.
Only a few weeks ago, fans were wondering if Migos, the popular rap group, had lost a member. Supporters concluded that Offset’s professional connection was over when social media detectives saw that he unfollowed his group colleagues Quavo and Takeoff.
Another factor in their decision was the fact that the two musicians collaborated on a song called “Hotel Lobby,” but Offset, whose true name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, was not included.
Quavo, real name Quavious Keyate Marshall, and Takeoff, real name Kirshnik Khari Ball, recreated a childhood photo of themselves today (May 28) and got social media buzzing all over again.
The two young relatives wore huge graphic tees, baseball caps, and jewelry in the vintage photo. Takeoff is wrapping his chain around his neck on the left, while Quavo stands alongside him and raises an upside-down ‘A,’ which is the Atlanta hand sign. The two rappers came onto a photography set and stood next to each other to recreate the image. They didn’t dress alike, but they did strike the identical stances.
Quavo Huncho shared it with his 21 million Instagram followers on his profile. The 31-year old wrote in a caption “When I Say Twin Yea That Be My Brotha We Got The Same Rollie He Matching Me Nah Fr!”
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