Quando Rondo has finally told his side of what happened the night he and King Von had their altercation, which led to King Von’s death. For people that don’t know King Von is a Chicago artist and Lil Durk’s cousin. King Von and Quando Rondo were beefing behind the scenes for reasons unknown other than maybe King Von rumored beef With Nba YoungBoy which King Von put an end to weeks before his death.
The beef between King Von and Nba Youngboy was mostly gaslighted by their fan base as neither artist spoke on it publicly. Things did hit a rough patch for a moment when pictures surfaced of King Von and Nba YoungBoy baby mama Jania holding hands together, which sparked dating rumors. Jania and Von quickly shit the rumors down stating it was for a music video dropping in the future(which we most likely won’t ever see). Nonetheless, fan bases from the respective artist started having spats with each other which caused an uproar in the music industry. Nobody knew what was going to happen, but looking at both artist’s history violence was foreseen in the future.
Now, some of you are asking how does this include Georiga artist Quando Rondo? Well, Rondo is signed to NBA Youngboy record label and is close friends with him. The beef between Rondo and Von is a mystery, but most people can assume it’s connected to the alleged Nba YoungBoy and Von’s beef. The worst outcome possible happened the night of November 6th in Atlanta, Georgia, when King Von and Quando Rondo fought outside of a nightclub. This resulted in King Von’s death among many other causalities from both sides. Today Quando Rondo released a song called, “End Of Story,” in which he talks about the situation.
“Sometimes the best response is none at all/You probably would’ve left your mans, that ain’t one hundred, dawg/See nowadays, it’s like the fans doing the police job/Y’all talk that gangsta shit but cry when a nigga get knocked/You ’posed to walk it how you talk it/ But shit, I still ain’t got my point across/Aye, if the shoe was on the other foot, they wouldn’t have said he wrong/Fuck what they say, that’s understood, we had to make it home/I put that on the neighborhood before they bust my domе/Lul Timmy riding right or wrong,” he raps, referring to Timothy Leeks, who is reportedly in Quando Rondo’s crew and has been charged with King Von murder.
Later on in the song, Quando claims self-defense,
” Blood on your brother on the ground, gon’ pick your mans up
Damn right we scrеaming self-defense, he shouldn’t have never put his hands on me
Look at the footage, that’s all the evidence, see them pussy n***as shouldn’t have ran up on me
Who the fuck said that I was hidin’? I’m still ridin’ ’round with them bands on me
And to set the records straight, I ain’t never had no show inside the A.”
Rondo also was scheduled to have a show in Savannah, Ga, but he supposedly canceled after reports came out that Lil Durk allegedly brought all the tickets for the show. Things are trending in the wrong direction, but hopefully, this situation can be resolved without more violence and death. Check back here for updates on the situation.