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Quavo meets Kamala Harris and members of Congress to discuss gun violence reform

Quavo meets Kamala Harris while discussing gun violence reform

On Wednesday, Quavo was in Washington, D.C., to attend the 52nd Annual Legislative Conference. There, the Atlanta rapper met with various members of Congress to discuss gun violence in the United States. Furthermore, he was also joined by his mother, as well as his his older sister, who is the late Takeoff’s mother. As many remember, Takeoff was shot and killed at a Houston bowling alley last fall, as gunfire suddenly erupted.

“I feel like your calling comes at the least expected times,” Quavo said at the event, per ABC News. “You don’t think nothing is going to happen. I need to step up to the plate and hit a homerun, I have to do something about it, so it won’t happen to the masses — especially in our culture. I don’t want this to happen to the next person, I want to knock down these percentages.”

While at this event, Quavo also got to meet Vice President Kamala Harris. Moreover, photos that he took with her and his mother and sister also went viral on social media. Furthermore, the goal is to help pass the Break The Cycle Of Violence Act, which would authorize new grant programs to support gun violence intervention initiatives. Gun violence would also be treated as a public health issue.

Moreover, Quavo also put out his sophomore solo album, “Rocket Power,” last month. That went on to see a number 18 debut in the US, on the Billboard 200 chart. Je collaborated with Takeoff, Young Thug, and more.

Check out Quavo with Vice President Kamala Harris, below.

Quavo meets Kamala Harris while discussing gun violence reform

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