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Quavo & Doja Cat's New York Dinner Date Sparks Dating Rumors

Quavo & Doja Cat’s New York Dinner Date Sparks Dating Rumors

Quavo and Doja Cat’s New York Dinner Date Sparks Dating Rumors

Quavo and Doja Cat have set the urban gossip mill ablaze with swirling dating rumors after a cozy dinner in the heart of New York City, just days before the star-studded MTV Video Music Awards.

As reported by the ever-watchful Daily Mail, the duo chose the chic Manhattan hotspot, Carbone, for their rendezvous on a balmy Monday night (September 11).

The details surrounding their dinner remain shrouded in mystery, leaving fans to speculate about the nature of their connection. Some whisper that it might be more than just a casual meal. After all, Quavo, the charismatic Migos rapper, has found himself linked to a string of high-profile women this year, including the likes of Lori Harvey, Chlöe Bailey, and a talented gymnast named Erica Fontaine.

On the other hand, Doja Cat’s romantic life has also been under the spotlight, with ongoing rumors of her involvement with comedian and pop musician Jeffery “J” Cyrus since November. The singer even candidly shared with Harper’s BAZAAR last month that she is currently reveling in the joys of being “in love.”

It’s worth noting that Quavo and Chlöe have previously ignited sparks of speculation. Their co-starring roles in the film “Praise This” generated more than just cinematic chemistry, as suggestive photos taken at the movie’s red carpet premiere in April fueled romance rumors. Yet, Bailey, during an appearance on Latto’s 777 Radio show, addressed these speculations with both humor and firmness.

Quavo Dating Rumor

Bailey, with playful finesse, dispelled the rumors and clarified that while there was indeed some correspondence between her and the rapper, it revolved around an unreleased project they were collaborating on together.

But Latto wasn’t entirely convinced. “They were saying that y’all were hanging out, outside the movie,” she persisted.

Bailey reiterated that their interaction was purely professional, emphasizing, “I don’t know where that came from.” She did, however, acknowledge Quavo’s amiable personality, describing him as a “really nice guy.”

What are your thoughts on this urban rendezvous? Feel free to leave your comments below, and stay tuned with The Urban Spotlight for more tantalizing updates on your favorite celebrities in the world of hip-hop and urban culture.

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600 Breezy Says If Quavo Takes the Stand in Takeoff's Murder Case He will Be Labeled a Snitch

600 Breezy Says If Quavo Takes the Stand in Takeoff’s Murder Case He will Be Labeled a Snitch

600 Breezy expressed his concern for Quavo about Takeoff’s murder. He said in order for Quavo to save his rap music career, he should be mindful of taking a stand in Takeoff’s murder in order for fans not to see him as a snitch. He said that when he made an appearance on Vlad TV podcast. 

In his word, the Chicago rapper said, “I doubt one bit that Quavo would get on the stand and say anything that’ll make people say, ‘Oh, Quavo a snitch.’ For the sake of his career and all that shit? His nephew gone. His nephew dead and gone. Nothing he can do to bring him back.”

600 Breezy stated further: “He wouldn’t do that to himself. If Quavo sat there and took the stand to say anything about that situation, he got the snitch jacket on him now.”

He admitted that rules are rules. Yet, he didn’t believe all rules make sense. 

He said: “Where we come from and how we live, it’s just the rules how it’s set up. You can’t be a snitch. You can’t be labeled as a snitch, you don’t want to be a snitch. It’s codes. A lot of this shit is stupid – don’t get me wrong.”

What do you think? Let us know in the comments section. 

Offset Denies Getting into a Fight with Quavo 

Offset Denies Getting into a Fight with Quavo 

Offset Denies Getting into a Fight with Quavo. Fans rumored that Offset allegedly got into a Fight with Quavo backstage at the Grammys before the Takeoff tribute. 

The jumped on Twitter to address the rumor. He wrote, “What tf look like fighting my brother yal niggas is crazy.” 

The earlier news reported that Quavo blocked Offset from joining him on stage which led to physical altercation. According to the report, the fight happened before Quavo sang “Without You” tribute to Takeoff

According to the report, Grammys required that Offset should take a part of the song which Quavo rejected. According to the report, Quavo started the fight. 

Quavo and Takeoff were very close before Takeoff’s death. Cardi B’s husband was still hanging separately around with Takeoff but wasn’t as close as Quavo was to Takeoff. Quavo wrote “Without You” for Takeoff. The crowd was disappointed that Quavo and Offset have not reconciled. 

Don’t forget that Offset and Cardi B displayed their love for each other during the Grammys pre-party event. The were kissed each other passionately without minding those who were there watching them. Just like A$AP Rocky and Rihanna’s relationship, Offset and Cardi B remain committed to eachother.

Offset Denies Getting into a Fight with Quavo. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section. 

Kodak Black Admits Crying When Saweetie Selected Quavo Over Him

Kodak Black Admits Crying When Saweetie Selected Quavo Over Him

Kodak Black remembers getting upset when Saweetie passed on him.

Rapper Kodak Black admitted that he grieved when Saweetie chose Quavo over him, and that has caused him heartache. In an Instagram Live conversation with fellow Florida rapper Yungeen Ace, Kodak revealed the information and acknowledged that Saweetie’s decision to seek a relationship with Quavo rather than him had put him in tears. Kodak has stated that despite the heartache, he still honors their connection and has recently moved on to pursue other romantic opportunities.

“I said, when Saweetie picked Quavo over me she made me cry brother,” he revealed.”

The Bill Isreal rapper also sung a sad song “I caught a case again, forgive me one last time/Saweetie picked Quavo over me, she made me cry/Better be in bed by the time them killers come out at night,” he crooned.

On her EP “The Single Life” in 2022, Saweetie released the song “Don’t Say Nothin’,” in which she addressed the claims that, soon after her breakup with Quavo, she had begun dating Lil Baby. The song’s lyrics appeared to be a response to these rumors.

“Why ni**as always speakin’ on who I’m f**kin’ on? / He must’ve got excited when I FaceTimed with nothin’ on,” Saweetie raps on the track. “Them same lips that’s yappin’ be the ones I nutted on / A hunnid K, please, know how much paper I be touchin’ on? / That’s light, better check my net worth / Post a pic’ in his sweatshirt, I bet it have my ex hurt / That’s what I get for kissin’ on these frogs/He got mad and told my business to the blogs.”

Some have speculated that a statement about a $100,000 shopping spree was meant to refute claims that she had a brief relationship with Lil Baby after splitting from Quavo. Lil Baby and Quavo have both previously discussed the subject in their own tracks.

Recently, Kodak has shown interest in several ladies, including GloRilla. Kodak attempted to change the words of her popular song “Tomorrow” during a live stream in 2022 by commenting on one of her postings.

Takeoff's Friends & Family Hold Atlanta Candle Lighting Ceremony In His Honor

Takeoff’s Friends & Family Hold Atlanta Candle Lighting Ceremony In His Honor

Takeoff’s Friends & Family Hold Atlanta Candle Lighting Ceremony In His Honor

TakeOff was remembered at a vigil organized by his closest friends and family. On Friday, November 4, numerous videos of a private candle-lighting ceremony started to go viral online. The mourners for the late Migos rapper TakeOff huddle up next to one another in the brief video as they chant his name and send balloons bearing his stage name aloft into the sky.

The attendees also shouted the phrase “Nawfside,” which TakeOff and several of his fellow Atlanta rap peers used to pay homage to their upbringing on the city’s Northside, along with the words “R.I.P. [Rest in peace] TakeOff.”

Since the news of Takeoff’s passing broke on Tuesday, condolences have been pouring in from all corners of the hip-hop scene (November 1). Authorities claim they were alerted to a fight at the 810 Billiards and Bowling in downtown Houston at around 2:30 a.m.

When an altercation started and shots were fired, Takeoff, whose real name was Kirshnik Khari Ball, was present with a group of spectators that also included his uncle and Migos bandmate Quavo. 

According to the Houston Coroner’s Office’s autopsy report, the 28-year-old died as a result of head and torso gunshot wounds. Quavo’s assistant Joshua “Wash” Washington was one of the two other injured people who were taken to a nearby hospital. 

Takeoff’s Friends & Family Hold Atlanta Candle Lighting Ceremony In His Honor. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.

 

Following Takeoff's Demise, Chuck D Talks On Gun Violence In The United States

Following Takeoff’s Demise, Chuck D Talks On Gun Violence In The United States

Following Takeoff’s Demise, Chuck D Talks On Gun Violence In The United States

After Takeoff was shot and died in Houston on Tuesday, Chuck D is speaking out against gun violence. The rapper from the Migos was 28 years old.

In response to the tragic shooting, Chuck D told TMZ that there has been “far too much” gun violence in the United States and that it has “normalized.”

“It’s not normal behavior, it’s just not normal and what the circumstances in the United States of America is just dealing with abnormal situations that people think, you know, through culture, it’s been normalized over the years,” he explained.

Chuck D continued: “It is a tragedy, and the pain is unbearable…The peace, unity, love aspect of Hip-Hop should be revered.”

The Public Enemy rapper then referred to it as a “tragedy” because so many young people had grown up in the hip-hop scene dying.

“It’s a tragedy and I think that in any other walk of life it would have been addressed far earlier on how to prevent this before it became a thing that people thought is normal,” Chuck D said. “You have people who’ve grown up thinking that hip-hop death is a normal thing.”

After a fight over a dice game at a private party at Houston’s 810 Billiards & Bowling, Takeoff was slain. Quavo, a fellow Migos member and Takeoff’s uncle, was there but escaped unscathed.

Yet, no suspects have been taken into custody. According to Houston Police Department Chief Troy Finner, there is no evidence to suggest that Takeoff was involved in any illegal activity at the time of his death. 

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.

 

Takeoff: Quavo In Heated Discussion Prior To Deadly Shooting Surfaces

Takeoff: Quavo In Heated Discussion Prior To Deadly Shooting Surfaces

Takeoff: Quavo In Heated Discussion Prior To Deadly Shooting Surfaces

Quavo can be seen and heard shouting with someone outside the Houston bowling alley where his nephew and fellow Migos member was killed in the early hours of Tuesday in the video acquired by TMZ (November 1).

The tense exchange, which appeared to be focused on basketball, can be seen taking place just a few feet away from Takeoff. “Man, I don’t care about no basketball, bruh,” can be heard Quavo stating, who was reportedly rolling dice at the time. Bruh, don’t act that way.

Soon after, there is a physical altercation, which is quickly followed by gunfire. More than 10 bullets were fired, and according to TMZ, many weapons may have been used.

Takeoff was hit by at least one of the gunshots “either in the head or near his head.” He was declared dead at the scene when the police arrived. Quavo managed to leave the shooting unscathed, but two further victims were brought to local hospitals.

Standing next to Takeoff at the moment of the shooting was boxing champion Shakur Stevenson, who escaped unharmed. He posted “R.I.P. Takeoff” to Twitter on Tuesday.

Takeoff is no more.

November 2, 2022 — Shakur Stevenson (@ShakurStevenson)

Takeoff’s death was the result of “a stray bullet,” according to Kevin “Coach K” Lee, co-founder of Quality Control Music, the record label for Migos, in a statement about it.

“It is with broken hearts and deep sadness that we mourn the loss of our beloved brother Kirsnick Khari Ball, known to the world as Takeoff,” the message read. “Senseless violence and a stray bullet has taken another life from this world and we are devastated. Please respect his family and friends as we all continue to process this monumental loss.” 

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.

Takeoff’s Comment About Death Just One Week Before He Was Shot And Killed

Takeoff’s Comment About Death Just One Week Before He Was Shot And Killed

Takeoff’s Comment About Death Just One Week Before He Was Shot And Killed

Rapper Takeoff of the hip-hop trio Migos made an odd comment regarding his life and death just one week before he was shot and died in Houston, Texas.

Takeoff, 28, remarked that he wished to receive his “flowers” while he was still “here” to receive them.

He remarked while performing on the Drink Champs podcast with Quavo, another rapper from the Migos when co-host N.O.R.E. mentioned how Takeoff was “really shining” on his most recent album.

Under the name Unc & Phew, the group published the album Only Built For Infinity Links less than a month ago.

“It was your time to prove. Is something you had on your mind when you [were] going to do that?” N.O.R.E asked Takeoff.

“For sure. I’m chill, I’m-laid back, but it’s time to pop it. I want to get into my flow—time to give me my flowers. I don’t want them when I ain’t here,” he replied.

Symbolic flowers were presented to Takeoff after the podcast episode (below) ended.

Takeoff, whose true name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, rose to stardom with his uncle Quavo and the first cousin once removed Offset as a member of the hip-hop group Migos.

Yung Rich Nation was the first of the group’s four studio albums, which were all released in 2015. They would release Culture as a follow-up, which peaked at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum. 

Takeoff’s Comment About Death Just One Week Before He Was Shot And Killed. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.

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Armed Man In Crowd In New Video Of Takeoff's Death, Police Claims He Is A Person Of Interest In A Fatal Shooting

Armed Man In Crowd In New Video Of Takeoff’s Death, Police Claims He Is A Person Of Interest In A Fatal Shooting

Armed Man In Crowd In New Video Of Takeoff’s Death, Police Claims He Is A Person Of Interest In A Fatal Shooting

TMZ has learnt that a person of interest in the rapper’s killing is an armed man who was standing only a few feet away from Takeoff and Quavo when the fatal shots were fired.

In this footage, which provides a fresh perspective on the moments just before shots were fired, a man wearing all-black is seen carrying a black backpack and having a weapon tucked away in his right hip pocket.

As Quavo was involved in the argument that went before the shooting, you can clearly see the gun in the man’s pocket; he is holding it.

In The video, two seconds before the opening shot is fired, Quavo, wearing the bright orange shirt, approaches the man from behind.

Although there is no evidence in the video to suggest the man fired the opening shot, around 5 seconds later he can be seen lifting his pistol and appearing to fire. It’s unclear how far away Takeoff or Quavo were from him at that point.

Houston Police Department claims to have seen this video and has identified the individual as a person of interest. He hasn’t been identified yet. 

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.

Quavo & Takeoff Get "Messy" For Halloween

Quavo & Takeoff Get “Messy” For Halloween

Quavo & Takeoff Get “Messy” For Halloween

Quavo and Takeoff embark on a vacation with a horror theme in the brand-new music video for “Messy” from their joint album Only Built For Infinity Links.

On Monday, October 31, the group released the Quavo and Daps-directed music video just in time for Halloween. The image shows Quay and Take dozing off in a car before they both abruptly awake, perplexed by their dreams.

The film moves on to a house where the Atlanta, Georgia natives experience some unsettling moments as they explore different rooms and come upon a number of peculiarities.

When the album originally came out, “Messy” generated a lot of discussions because some assumed Quavo was talking about his split from Saweetie and there were allegations that she might have had an affair with someone in his group.  

I said ‘Caresha, please’ ’cause she too messy / Bitch fucked my dawg behind my back but I ain’t stressin’ / You wanted the gang? You shoulda just said it, we would’ve just blessed it / Now shit got messy,” Huncho rapped on the song “Messy.”

Although Quavo did not specifically identify anyone, many listeners assumed he was alluding to Offset, his cousin and rhyme partner, having an extramarital affair with Saweetie. They suggested this was the cause of the Migos’ abrupt breakup earlier this year.

Others thought Quavo was referring to Lil Baby, an Atlanta rapper who was allegedly involved with Saweetie last year. 

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.

 

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