After the sad news of Takeoff’s passing, former NFL player and official coach of Jackson State University Deion Sanders had a heartfelt meeting with his team this morning. Sanders also decided to restrict his team from leaving the hotel in Houston.
Shortly after discovering the tragic news of former Migos member, Takeoff, who was shot and killed in Houston, he decided to meet with his team.
This weekend, the HBCU was set to play against Megan Thee Stallion’s alma mater, Texas Southern University.
However, due to the recent violence, Sanders will not allow his team to do any outside activities in Houston, Texas.
He then said that “it’s always us,” referring to the Black community and recent crimes invoked on one another. The former NFL player urges everyone to stop the violence.
Migos Rapper Takeoff Shot Dead In Houston At 28
In the early hours of Tuesday, November 1, Takeoff, one-third of the Migos group made up of Quavo, his uncle, and Offset, his cousin, passed away after being shot in Houston. The late rapper was 28 years old.