On Wednesday, Quavo spoke with lawmakers about how to reduce gun violence during the 52nd Annual Legislative Conference. Quavo met with House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries and New Jersey Senator Corey Booker, in addition to a private meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris.

According to Complex, Quavo attended as a representative of his Rocket Foundation, which was established in commemoration of Takeoff. The nonprofit was founded to “support programs that save lives by implementing proven, community-based solutions to prevent gun violence.”

Quavo’s mother, Edna Marshall, and sister Titani Davenport, Takeoff’s mother, joined him in D.C.

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Quavo told the Associated Press during his visit that Takeoff’s death motivated his activities. “I need to get up to bat and hit a home run.” I have to do something to prevent it from happening to the masses, especially in our culture. I don’t want this to happen to anyone else. I wish to reduce this percentage.”

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In August, Quavo shared the emotional “Touch Me” visual off his Rocket Power album in a new video. The movie depicts a memorial event for Takeoff, where he and his family members gathered to release lanterns in remembrance of the late rapper.

The film also transports Quavo to Paris, where he continues to honor Takeoff’s memory to enthusiastic fan response.

The video is included below, and you can listen to the Rocket Power album here.


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