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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Late Migos rapper, Takeoff, may have a posthumous album releasing in 2023

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Takeoff may have a posthumous album releasing in 2023.

Quavo kicked off the new year with some old friends.

The Migos rapper has kept a low profile in the wake of Takeoff’s death in November, but he resurfaced in St. Barts over the holidays. Quavo was seen partying aboard Diddy’s superyacht alongside French Montana, Fabolous, Yung Miami, and Lil Baby.

Quavo appeared to be in good spirits, surrounded by friends and positive vibes as he rang in 2023. Diddy shared a photo of a smiling Quavo posing alongside him and Meek Mill while sailing through the Caribbean on the $117 million luxurious vessel Victorious.

While in St. Barts, Huncho also linked up with his “Walk It Talk It” collaborator Drake. Drake posted a photo of Quavo’s flashy fashion statement, with his braids tied together by an iced-out watch.

“Quavo you was on one last night cro @quavohuncho,” Drake captioned the pic. This is the first time Quavo has been spotted publicly since Takeoff’s funeral. He hasn’t posted on social media since Nov. 12, the date after the memorial at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.

“It’s so hard to tell you Ima miss you because you always with me and we did everything together,” Quavo said in his heartfelt tribute. “Since we were kids you been by my side lookin up at me, them eyes waiting on me to make the next move … You never competed with me, we were always on same team.”

Meanwhile, Offset was celebrating the new year in Miami with his wife Cardi B. The grieving process hasn’t been easy for Offset, who revealed that he has been feeling down since losing his cousin.

“Shit not easy fake smiling and shit tryna keep walking with my head up,” he wrote in a recent tweet. Clark was not in the courtroom on Wednesday. Instead, his attorney and the prosecutor appeared over Zoom in a conference with the judge.

Clark's bail was originally set at $2 million, but defense attorneys argued that amount was unconstitutional because he could not afford it.

Hill ruled to reduce the amount to $1 million during a previous court appearance, but some discussions said even that reduced amount would be out of reach for Clark.

"A couple of weeks ago, the judge laid out some conditions and requirements he wanted the defense to meet," Quinones said on lowering the bond. "We believe we've satisfied each one of those requirements."

However, on Tuesday, Hill ruled that previous statements made by Clark indicated that he could pay a $1 million bail and that there are bail bond companies that would take on that risk.

For that reason, the judge denied the request to lower the bond to $300,000, keeping it at $1 million. Meanwhile, the judge said that Clark's passport card was surrendered to the court today, the judge said.

Clark's attorney said the suspect's family is willing to put up their Houston-area home as collateral to bond him out of jail. In addition, the whole family will co-sign a bond issued by a bondsman if lowered, which Mark Metze, a bail bondsman, said the family has already taken care of.

The judge asked Clark to turn in his passport card and also would like to assign him GPS monitoring through a specific bond company that would immediately notify if bond conditions are violated.

Hill said he believes Clark may be a flight risk and requested a deep dive into the suspect's personal finances. He wants to understand why Clark cannot post bond, yet was recorded on a jail phone call saying the $2 million was doable.

Kirsnick Khari Ball, known professionally as Takeoff, was shot to death in the early morning hours of Nov. 1 outside a bowling alley in downtown Houston. Police said he was in a crowd of people and an innocent bystander near an argument over a dice game.
Detectives on the case allege Clark had a gun in one hand and a wine bottle in another when he was caught on camera firing his weapon. Those bullets allegedly struck Takeoff.

Fingerprints on that wine bottle are what detectives say helped identified Clark to authorities. They went on to say that Clark searched for information about the case online and also searched his name and age in relation to the case. His attorney claims he did not know he was the prime suspect in the rapper's death.

The state says Clark planned to flee to Mexico after obtaining an expedited passport. Prosecutors believe he is also a danger to the community.

Jim Willis, a private investigator who was hired on Clark's team, said the ticket to Mexico was canceled a few days before Clark was arrested. The suspect was allegedly taking that trip with his sister and her friends.

During a previous bond reduction hearing, a timeline detailing Clark's efforts to obtain the expedited passport was laid out. His father testified that this past summer, the family discussed taking a trip together, but he became ill, so they did not go.

A receipt entered into evidence dated Sept. 6 showed that Clark's father paid to obtain a copy of his and his son's birth certificates. A birth certificate is required to obtain a passport.

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