Quando Rondo Says He “Don’t Even Remember” The Night Of King Von’s Death

Quando Rondo says he can’t remember the moments that led to the murder of King Von.

BYAron A.
Quando Rondo Says He “Don’t Even Remember” The Night Of King Von’s Death

Fresh off of the release of his new album Recovery, Quando Rondo continues to face questions surrounding his feud with Lil Durk’s crew. The “Soul Reaper” rapper recently sat down with Say Cheese TV! where he was confronted with questions about Lil Durk and King Von. On the question of the Durk look-a-like, Quando Rondo denied that he attempted to make a mockery out of the “What Happened To Virgil” rapper. He explained that a lot of people have blonde hair these days, including his friend who starred in the video. In Quando’s view, it was a mere coincidence.

However, Say Cheese TV! also dove into the topic of King Von’s death. If you recall, it was Quando’s associate, Lul Tim, who’s accused of being the triggerman on the night that the Chicago rapper died in Atlanta. And while Quando seemingly gloated about Von’s death in his music and social media after the fact, he feigned ignorance when he was asked about the situation specifically. “I don’t even remember that night,” he said as he sparked a blunt. “That was so long ago. You know how that go.”

Quando Rondo Pleads The Fifth 

While Quando Rondo said that he can’t remember what happened “two months ago,” and stated that he only remembers when the next Jordan’s drop. However, a lot of people in the comments of MyMixtapez’s post pointed out the scuffle that occurred between Quando Rondo and King Von right before the shooting. Others clowned Quando Rondo, especially after his interview with Angela Yee where he said he experienced an out-of-body experience. “Big Brah… it was the outer body experience that I don’t remember big brah,” one person wrote.

King Von died on November 6th, 2020 in Atlanta following an altercation between himself and Quando Rondo’s associate. Lul Tim was later charged in relation to the fatal shooting though he later posted bond and was released. However, the shooting spurred high tension between Lil Durk’s OTF camp and NBA Youngboy’s Never Broke Again clique, who have continued to take shots at each other over on records and social media. Most recently, Quando Rondo and Lil Durk appeared to throw shade at each other over release dates, though the former said he had issues with his label, not Durk. 

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