It’s been almost a month since breakout Chicago rapper, King Von, was shot and killed in Atlanta. This was after he threw a punch at a member of Quando Rondo‘s crew in a parking lot outside of Monaco Hookah Lounge near the downtown area.
A shootout then ensued as police soon came and tried to intervene. Von was taken to a local hospital but sadly, did not make it. He was one of six people who were shot at the scene. Two of them also died from their injuries.
Von’s Ex-Girlfriend, Asian Doll, Shuts Down Claims Of Wanting To Be Treated Like Vanessa Bryant
Asian Doll, one of Dallas’ most popular rappers and the ex-girlfriend of King Von, has since been grieving the loss of Von heavily on social media. She has posted throwback photos and videos of the two together as she reminisces on the good times that they had together.
One claim that people are saying about Doll though is that she wanted the same love from social media that Vanessa Bryant got after tragically losing Kobe Bryant and their daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash.
Asian Doll Says She’ll Sue Whoever Spread This Claim
Asian Doll took to social media to respond to this rumor and firmly denied making any kind of statements such as this. She even went as far as saying that she will sue whoever made this lie up about her.
“On my mama, any of y’all believing this sh*t under the comments, get y’all ass on, too, ’cause y’all got me f*cked up. I never said some sh*t like this. Ain’t no way—I see a n*gga right there commenting—ain’t no way! Playin’ with me and sh*t. I’m finna sue… Finna get sued.”
Von’s ‘Welcome To O’Block’ Album Reached No. 5 On Billboard 200 Chart
It was led by singles such as “All These N*ggas” feat. Durk and “The Code” feat. Polo G. Welcome to O’Block originally debuted at No. 13 on the Billboard 200 chart but the overwhelming amount of support after Von passed helped it peak at No. 5.
Von Also Released ‘Levon James’ Mixtape In March
Von had an impressive 2020 as back in March, he really started to make noise on social media with his “Levon James” mixtape. The title is in reference to comparing himself to NBA star, LeBron James. This peaked at No. 40 on the Billboard 200 and was headlined by the singles “2AM,” “Rollin” feat. YNW Melly, and “Took Her To The O,” where he shouted out the neighborhood of Chicago where he grew up in. This then helped build momentum for the Welcome To O’Block album.