50 Cent has reacted to the senseless murder of Takeoff, who was gunned down on Tuesday, November 1, at a Houston bowling alley.
The following day, the G-Unit rapper shared a video of music executive Steven Victor talking about his involvement in Pop Smoke's posthumous album Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.
Victor said there's a good chance the LP wouldn't have been created or released without Fif, who executive produced it.
Pop Smoke was shot and killed in Los Angeles in February 2020.
"This is really how it goes @quavohuncho you have to position this Album correctly for Take Offs Legacy, go make a couple changes and address everything all artist make the best music out of painful moments," wrote 50 in the caption of the post. "R.I.P to pop smoke 🕊R.I.P to TakeOff."
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