Lilburn, GA

Quavo hosted his 5th annual Huncho Day charity game over the weekend at his old high school stomping grounds and he honored TakeOff through his The Rocket Foundation.

According to AllHipHop, Quavo’s charity football game raised $2 million for The Rocket Foundation on Saturday (April 29) as the Migos rapper presented a seven-figure check to his non-profit organization.



It was a star-studded affair at Berkmar High School in Lilburn, Georgia where Quavo once dominated on the gridiron.

J.I.D, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz as well as NFL athletes Jalen Ramsey, D’Andre Swift, Patrick Surtain Jr., Xavier McKinney, Marlon Humphrey and more were in attendance.

“I look forward to Huncho Day every year because I get together with some of my close friends and come back to the place where it all started for me,” Quavo said in a statement. “This year was extra special as we launched The Rocket Foundation in memory of TakeOff.

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“It was a day where we got to play some football, raise money for the community, and remember Take.”

Team Huncho reportedly walked away with the victory over Team Ramsey as Quavo took home MVP honors at the 5th annual charity game. Although, Offset was noticeably absent from the festivities.

In April, Quavo designed a new hoodie in collaboration with Legends in tribute to his relative and former collaborator, TakeOff. Huncho is donating all proceeds from the “Rocket Fairfax Hoodie” sales, which retails for $140, to the foundation.

TakeOff was shot and killed outside 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley in Houston on November 1 after an argument following a heated dice game. The 28-year-old’s murder has spawned a pair of arrests.



A Harris County Medical Examiner said in TakeOff’s autopsy report that the Migos member died of “penetrating gunshot wounds of head and torso into arm.”