Quantivayus Joseph Death - 21 Savage's Brother

Quantivayus Joseph Death - 21 Savage's Brother

Quantivayus Joseph was the brother of 21 Savage, a rapper based in Atlanta, Georgia. He was born in London and his family moved to Atlanta with his mother at age seven. He died in a shooting after an attempted drug deal.


What Happened With Quantivayus Joseph?

Quantivayus Joseph died tragically and early on October 22, 2014, when he was shot and killed in what seemed to be a botched narcotics deal. 21 Savage wrote on Instagram,

"Can't believe somebody took you baby bro," adding, "I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that shit back"

The actual details of his death are unknown, but it is usually assumed that he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Despite his tragic passing, Joseph's legacy as a skilled and renowned artist lives on via the impression he made on those who knew him.

21 Savage honored his "hothead" brother Tayman by getting a dagger tattoo between his eyes. His other friends Larry and Johnny, who were both gunned down, are memorialized in other tattoos. According to the publication, the rapper was shot six times as well.

Quantivayus Joseph Family Background

Quantivayus Joseph was born at Newham University Hospital in the Plaistow area of London, the son of Heather Carmillia Joseph and Kevin Cornelius Emmons.

His parents are both British nationals with Caribbean origins; his mother's family is from Dominica, and his father's is from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, while his paternal grandfather was Haitian.


His father and twin sisters, dance choreographers Kyra and Jayda Davis, continue to live in London, where his father works for Westminster City Council.

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Quantivayus Joseph Early Life

Quantivayus Joseph's parents separated early in his life, and he moved at age seven with his mother to Atlanta, Georgia.


In June 2005, at the age of 12, he returned to the United Kingdom for his uncle's funeral, stayed for a month, and then went back to Atlanta on an H-4 visa on July 22, 2005, which allegedly expired a year later.

His mother then began a relationship with Dr. Amsu Anpu, an endocrinologist and British expatriate, with whom she had more children.

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