Takeoff's funeral is going to be a massive event with an unprecedented performance from none other than Justin Bieber.
According to a report TMZ published on Tuesday, November 8, the Biebz will take the stage at Takeoff's homegoing at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta this Friday. There's no word on what he'll be performing or how long he'll be there. JB doesn't have any songs with just Takeoff but he has collaborated with Quavo and the Migos on songs like "What You See" off the trio's Culture III album last year and their 2014 collaboration "Looking For You."
The late rapper's send-off will be a public event with free tickets available to those who wish to attend. Beginning today at 2 p.m., fans will be able to get a maximum of two tickets to the event. Since it's first come, first serve, official are encouraging anyone who does not secure to a ticket to refrain from going to downtown Atlanta on the day of the event. Due to a strict no photo or video policy that will be in place, fans will have to put their phones in Yondr bags at the door as well.
Justin Bieber is the only known celebrity performer at this time. All other scheduled appearances are being withheld from the public until the service on Friday. The pop star hasn't hit the stage since he paused his world tour last month to focus on his mental health. If all goes well, this will be his first performance since he made his comeback following his experience with Ramsay Hunt syndrome earlier this year.
Meanwhile, the hunt for Takeoff's killer continues. Police are still searching for the person of interest in the case. However, they're also still encouraging people with any knowledge of what happened to come forward.