Offset has finally made his return to the stage with the assistance of his wife, Cardi B — and it’s the first time he’s performed since the death of TakeOff.

The married couple paid a visit to E11EVEN in Miami, Florida, where the former Migos rapper took the stage and set the tone for the night by telling the audience, “We’re doing this for my brother, for TakeOff … let’s do this shit!”

Offset was also seen throwing money into the crowd during his performances of “Bad and Boujee,” “Clout” and more. When he wasn’t performing, Offset was hanging out with Cardi, dancing and throwing back drinks throughout the night, as they were also joined by Chance The Rapper.

The performance at E11EVEN comes after Offset broke his silence on TakeOff’s death with an Instagram post memorializing his cousin. In his post, Set penned a heartfelt goodbye message.

“Dear Take, doesn’t feel real posting you like this….This still doesn’t feel like reality. I’ve been searching for the right words to say, but there aren’t any that will suffice. Until we meet again, Rest In Power. I love you,” he captioned the post.

Offset added: “I wish I could hug you one last time. Laugh one last time. Smoke one last time. Perform one last time. I know someone with a soul like yours is in heaven now.”

He returned with another post on Thanksgiving Eve, this time speaking on everything he misses about his cousin such as his smile. Cardi B recently spoke on how difficult it is to work through her husband’s greiving process.

“It has been a couple of weeks, and I feel like a lot of people are starting to feel a little bit comfortable with trying to be funny, trying to say slick shit,” Cardi said. “I know that y’all been seeing my InstaStories and y’all see Offset in and out on my Stories. You know, we’re living our life normally, but deep down inside our hearts have been so heavy.”

She continued: “I feel like if I talk about the incident so desensitized, I feel like if we talk about how we really feel or what muthafuckas really been going through, y’all will start saying, ‘Oh, sympathy.’ And we don’t want no sympathy. We ain’t no charity case. But no lie, I have been feeling so hopeless trying to make my husband happy.

“Trying to make him crack a smile, seeing him randomly cry, see him trying to distract his mind completely, schedules been changing, trying to keep up with work after everything that he’s been going through these past couple of weeks. We not in the mood to be fucking playing around with y’all, deadass. I will deadass kill y’all. Stop fucking playing.”

Offset Pushes Album Back Following Death Of TakeOff

TakeOff was shot and killed in front of a bowling alley in Houston, Texas, on November 1. The rapper’s funeral service was held at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, on November 11 and although cell phones and video equipment were not permitted during the sold-out event, someone managed to grab a few clips, with one of those showing Offset sharing words about Take.

“Lord give us the strength, give us the strength, the family and everybody, give us the strength. I don’t want to question God, but I just don’t get it,” he said.

“Changed the culture of music forever, you did that Take,” Offset said as he fought back tears. “You changed that flow. That flow came from Take, the originator. The originator of that flow. He changed the music.”