Missy Elliott has penned a touching tribute to Aaliyah to mark the 17th anniversary of her death.
The American singer was killed in a plane crash in the Bahamas on August 25, 2001.
To mark the anniversary, the 47-year-old rapper took to Twitter to share a video of herself writing a handwritten note to Aaliyah.
It reads: 'Aaliyah, we miss you so much. But your legacy will live on forever and ever!'
The heartfelt tribute was captioned: 'Aaliyah (Babygirl) I can only imagine how great you would be today winning oscars [winking emoji] &creating sick music & still setting fashion trends!
'Your mom & brother @RAD_6 & your fans been holding it down 4 u [love heart emoji] you will always be A One in A Million sleep peacefully angel Babygirl [praying emoji] (sic)'
Missy previously revealed that as well as being a hugely talented singer and actress, Aaliyah was also incredibly funny.
She shared: 'Aaliyah, she was like a comedian. She always wanted to laugh.'
The duo first worked together during the mid-1990s and Missy was initially fearful that the singer - who passed away at the age of 22 - would be a diva.
However, they immediately struck up a friendship and Missy loved spending time with the '4 Page Letter' hitmaker in the recording studio.
Recalling their first meeting, Missy - who first worked with Aaliyah on her 1996 album 'One in a Million' - said: 'We were nervous when we first worked with her because nobody knew who we was.
'She came in and was so warming; she made us immediately feel like family.'
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