The death of Chicago Rapper King Von could lead to more violence and bloodshed, and it is all being played out on social media.
Yesterday, (December 8th) two of King Von’s friends posted videos of themselves looking for Quando Rondo in Savannah, Georgia. Rapper’s 600 Breezy and Memo from 600 posted videos of themselves lurking around Frazier Homes.
The pair shot a new video for Meme from 600’s song “Duck Yo Show” during their visit, which is a new diss track aimed at Quando Rondo.
The pair have been publicly threatening Quando Rondo since the murder of their long time associate, King Von. However, during their trip to Savannnah, 600 Breezy denied they were there looking for retaliation.
“A FUN FACT!! IF I WAS LOOKING FOR THE SINGING ASS GOOFY YALL WOULDNT EVEN KNEW I WAS THERE LETS GET THAT OUT 1st,” 600 Breezy said. “I CAME TO SHOOT A VIDEO IN HIS CITY AN MAKE YALL MF SKIN BOIL & LOOK WHAT I DID…OTF..”
According to local promoter Cory Smith of QBR, the rappers were in the wrong neighborhood.
“If he was in the right neighborhood, he might of ran into what he was looking for. When you come down here in our territory to blatantly disrespect us, it’s an issue,” Smith told local newspaper SavannahNow.
King Von was shot and killed during a dispute with members of Quando Rondo’s entourage on November 6th, during a fight outside of an Atlanta hookah lounge. An associate of the rapper named Lul Timm has been charged with the murder.
Quando Rondo has been glorifying King Von’s death since the slaying on the track “End of Story from his new mixtape “Before My Time Is Up.”
And, earlier this week King Von’s older brother, who is also a rapper, implied that it would be hard for Quando Rondo to do shows moving forward.
A few weeks ago, the cops in Macon, Georgia nixed a performance by Quando Rondo due to various threats of violence directed at the rapper since Von’s death.