The hip-hop world was shaken when King Von was killed in a shooting at an Atlanta lounge almost three years ago. The incident involved a fight between Von's crew and another group, resulting in the death of two people and injuries to four others. Despite plenty of information about the rapper's life that has come out since his death, the investigation into his murder remains unsolved. In 2021, the FBI named Von as the suspect in the killing of 17-year-old Gakirah "K.I." Barnes, who was also a member of a Chicago gang like Von. The FBI also revealed earlier this year that he had offered a $100k bounty for the murder of FBG Duck, and just days later, Duck's mother alleged that Von was involved in the killing of Boss Trell.
Recently, Trap Lore Ross, a YouTube documentarian, released a four-hour documentary titled "King Von: Rap's First Serial Killer" that exposed the late rapper's history of violence. According to the video, Von had committed at least ten murders. However, the video was taken down by YouTube just two days after its release, and the reason for its removal is still unclear. It could have been due to copyright claims or other factors. Some speculate that Von's team might have taken action to suppress the serious accusations against him.
Ross' video received mixed reactions on social media. While some praised the documentary for its thoroughness and the effort put into it, others accused Ross of lying about Von's involvement in murders. Regardless of the video's authenticity, King Von's past involvement in violent crimes is undeniable. Whether or not he was a serial killer is still up for debate. What do you think of the allegations? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.