King Von’s “What It Means To Be King” dropped on March 4. The record is expected to smash NBA YoungBoy’s album that was released on the same day. YoungBoy disrespectfully chose the date due to an ongoing blood feud between his crew and Von’s best friend Lil Durk.

Von is sadly no longer allowed to defend himself from rappers who wish to tarnish his name. King Von was shot and killed in a gang-related murder in 2020. The ongoing rap war has continued ever since.

King Von is getting some business done from beyond the grave. Not only did Von embarrass NBA YoungBoy in album sales, but he also unleashed a huge diss on another popular rapper. Tekashi 6ix9ine was eviscerated by Von on the track “Facetime.”

“All these Drac’s up on my mind (Uh-huh), shoot ’em all the time (Grrah, grrah)

If I get caught I do the time (I do), I am not 6ix9ine (Nah, nah)

He got killed at 25 (Damn), diss me, that’s suicide (Huh?)

He tried Von and he ain’t die? N*gga, you a lie (Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom)”

6ix9ine is pretty good at humiliating himself. Then again, he did 100% snitch when he turned out the Treyway Bloods. His return to music after jailtime fizzled, so we’ll have to see what his next move is. Now he has been dissed by King Von, adding to the many people who have besmirched his name. The negativity keeps pouring in for Tekashi.

Once again, King Von has proven his royal position, even in death.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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