Quavo, his mother, and his sister (who is the mother of the late Takeoff), appeared in Washington D.C. in the halls of Congress on a mission to speak out against gun violence amid the untimely death of Takeoff.
They were there as representatives of the newly launched Rocket Foundation in honour of Takeoff. According to the foundation’s website, Quavo, his mother Edna, and sister Titania were in attendance at the 52nd Annual Legislative Conference to “support programs which are saving lives through proven, community-based solutions to prevent gun violence.”
While in attendance, Quavo had the opportunity to discuss ending gun violence with House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries and New Jersey Senator Corey Booker. Additionally, the former Migos frontman chatted with Vice President Kamala Harris on the matter.