Sheek Louch has paid a huge compliment to the Migos by labeling the Atlanta trio as The LOX of the South.
Speaking to DJ Vlad, Sheek was reminded that it’s not the first time the Yonkers trio have heaped major praise on the Quality Control rappers.
“Yeah, earlier when they said they feel like the best group out, they supposed to feel like that,” Louch said. “They made a hard impact and this and that. But you know, I told you how I feel about who is the best groups.”
Sheek Louch then reflected on the loss of TakeOff and how he only had positive interactions the few times they met in passing. “Rest in peace to that brother, so sad man. Because every time I seen him he was cool as hell… I don’t know too much but he was just cool, laid back,” he said.
With TakeOff being murdered at the age of 28, Sheek Louch reflected on how it’s a shame that he won’t be able to enjoy the fruits of his labor into his 30s and 40s like The LOX did.
“You supposed to be chilling right now at 40, 40-plus. You supposed to be doing cool shit and loving life and passing what you know to the youngins. That’s it — now y’all run this company,” he continued.
TakeOff (real name Kirsnick Khari Ball) was shot and killed outside a bowling alley in Houston, Texas on November 1.
Patrick Clark — the man arrested and accused of murdering the Migos rapper — made his $1million bond on January 4.
As part of his bond agreement, Clark will have to wear an ankle monitor and remain at his parents’ home in Houston, while also avoiding contact with TakeOff’s family. He is due back in court in March.
Clark’s bond was originally set at $2million before his legal team successfully negotiated to reduce it by half last month, claiming the figure was unconstitutional because he was unable to afford it.