Atlanta rapper Quavious Keyate Marshall, also known as Quavo, saw his world turned upside down when his nephew and bandmate Offset was killed in a shooting in Houston last year.  The popular artist, known for his work in the rap group Migos, is taking action in a different way than his hard-partying musical persona might suggest.  Quavo went to Washington D.C. this week to attend the Congressional Black Caucus’ Annual Legislative Conference where he urged lawmakers to take steps to curb gun violence, namely with a focus on community education and engagement.  His chief priority is the Break the Cycle of Violence Act, which would provide funding for youth workforce programs and community violence intervention programs nationwide.  Quavo’s political influence is RISING…

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