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Celebrities Who Have Died Are Honored More Than Those Still Alive (WHY)

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Since word of his death broke, Takeoff’s Instagram account has added over 1 Million new followers.

Before his death, his account had 7.6 million followers, but it has since soared to 8.6 million in just 48 hours.

Rapper Takeoff, real name Kirshnik Khari Ball, was an American. His hip hop group, Migos, which also included his uncle Quavo and a first cousin once removed named Offset, was his most well-known affiliation.

Takeoff was shot and killed at 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston, Texas, on November 1, 2022.

Why do humans place a higher value on the deceased than the living?

There will be a lot of good things said about you once you are gone. People will begin praising your work, supporting you, and wishing you were still alive. They’ll act as if you don’t exist when you’re still living.

If people treated you with the same love they do for the deceased when you were living, the world would be a better place.

Imagine acquiring 1 million followers after being shot dead in under 48 hours.

Ifeanyi, Davido’s son, is similarly adored by everyone in Nigeria today.

Davido is consoled by celebrities as MI Abaga, Stefflon Don, Ckay, and Bella Shmurda (see posts)).

Celebrities Who Have Died Are Honored More Than Those Still Alive (WHY)

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