A King Von documentary made by Trap Lore Ross dubbing him Rap’s First Serial Killer and connecting him to several alleged murders has been pulled and since re-uploaded to YouTube.
The British documentarian posted the original four-hour King Von: Rap’s First Serial Killer on Friday (April 7) which attempted to connect King Von to 10 alleged murders he committed before being killed himself in November 2020.
“Video got taken down,” Trap Lore Ross wrote on Twitter. “Hopefully I can get it back soon, working with YouTube now but it’s Easter weekend. Still on Patreon if you’re desperate.”
However, Ross got a shortened version of King Von: Rap’s First Serial Killer back on YouTube on Tuesday (April 11), which has already racked up nearly 100,000 views as of press time.
The updated version spans 3.5 hours and explores Von’s childhood and the murders of Chicago natives such as Modell, P5, BossTrell, Lil James, Lil Marc and Gakira “K.I.” Barnes. The documentary also ties the OTF rapper to five bodies in 2012 alone and more in 2014, 2018 and 2019.
Many King Von fans have flocked to his defense and poked holes in Ross’ theories painting the “Crazy Story” rhymer as a murderer and comparing him to the likes of infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
“You got p5, Ki and modell. The rest of the bodies you are accusing him of are speculated but still you chose to use ‘rap’s first serial killer’ as the title and went ahead to compare a gang banger to jeffery dahmer,”
“Von was not convicted of any murder when he was alive, so as far as i am concerned he is innocent.”
King Von — born Dayvon Bennett was tragically gunned down at just 26 years old outside an Atlanta hookah lounge on November 6, 2020 during a dispute with Quando Rondo and his crew.
The suspected gunman, Timothy Leeks, also known as Lul Timm, was arrested and charged with murder but was released on a $100,000 bond in March 2021.
Written by: 93.9 Power Hitz
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