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Takeoff’s funeral can’t be streamed online as fans are upset over the videos

Takeoff’s funeral was held Friday at State Farm Arena in Atlanta and fans are wondering if he is available to stream online as videos of the event have surfaced on the internet.

The rapper’s funeral was a private event and it was reported that fans and other attendees were not allowed to carry their phones or cameras.

However, despite the strict no photos and videos policy, some clips from the service have found their way onto the internet, and TakeOff fans are not happy with them at all.

Fans upset by Takeoff funeral videos

A number of fans have taken to Twitter to express their frustration over the videos after spotting clips of Takeoff’s funeral on social media.

Those circulating them have been arrested for not respecting the privacy of the late musician’s family.

A fan said: “I hate that people still find a way to sneak in videos of Takeoff smh’s funeral (shaking his head)”

“Why am I seeing videos of Takeoff’s funeral on my timeline?? You really don’t respect people’s privacy,” wrote another angry fan.

Eric Diep too opined: “It doesn’t seem fair to see these clips of Offset and Drake from Takeoff’s funeral after they said there were no photos or video. It’s like we have to share everything and go against people’s wishes.

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The event cannot be streamed online

Takeoff’s celebration of life was not broadcast live or televised. So only those who attended the service had the chance to pay their respects to the late rapper.

Tickets for the same have been made available on Ticketmaster for residents of Georgia. Each fan could get two tickets, but they quickly sold out.

The funeral service was reportedly attended by many celebrities, including Quavo and Migos member Offset. Drake was also among the attendees.

Drizzy postponed his show at the Apollo Theater in New York, which was scheduled for the same day as Takeoff’s funeral.

During this time, fans were not permitted to leave flowers and gifts at State Farm Arena.

The rapper’s family has asked for donations

The Takeoffs family asked fans to donate to The Rocket Foundation, which was founded in the late rapper’s honor to “support programs that save lives through proven community solutions to prevent gun violence.”

The official website says the first round of funding will be split among four different organizations working on community-based solutions to end gun violence.

You can donate if you wish HERE.

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