PHOTOS: King Von's Opp, Aveena Bankrollzzz, disrespects rapper as she is seen stepping her feet on his Grave KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, December 31, 2022

PHOTOS: King Von's Opp, Aveena Bankrollzzz, disrespects rapper as she is seen stepping her feet on his Grave

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that King Von's Opp, Aveena Bankrollzzz, seen stepping on his Grave. 

Taking to social media, Aveena Bankrollzzz, shared a picture of her disrespecting King Von by putting her feet on his grave 

She wrote: " “If I had a dick I’ll pull it out and piss on em”πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚ I HEARDDYOU @nickiminaj."

Information reads: "King Von's Opp seen stepping on his Grave😀⚰️ Rip & Long Live King Von."

King Von, a Chicago rapper who found success in his city before relocating to Atlanta, was shot and killed early Friday morning. A fight in the parking lot of the Monaco Hookah Lounge on Trinity Avenue in the city sparked a shootout between two groups, according to police. He was 26.

On Saturday, APD said it had issued a warrant for a suspect in King Von's killing, and that the suspect was being treated for a gunshot wound at Grady Hospital in Atlanta. "The homicide of Bennett is closed with this arrest," the APD wrote in a statement.

In the early hours of Friday, authorities were still trying to piece together how the rapper, born Dayvon Daquan Bennett, died, and whether the Atlanta Police Department was involved in his death, or that of two other men who were also fatally wounded.

In a statement provided to NPR on Friday, APD says that "King Von was shot and killed during this morning's shooting and we are seeing rumors being spread indicating he was shot and killed by APD officers. At this time, our investigators believe Mr. Bennett was shot during the initial shootout between the two groups of males, prior to police responding and attempting to stop the shooting. Additionally, Mr. Bennett was not located at the scene, but arrived at a hospital shortly after the shooting, via private vehicle. The investigation into this incident remains open and very active."

Von's death reverberated quickly, first starting as a rumor on Twitter before being confirmed by sources close to the rapper. Ghazi Shami, the CEO and founder of Empire, Von's record label first appeared to confirm the news with an Instagram tribute this morning (right).

Bennett was born in the Parkway Gardens neighborhood of Chicago in 1994, and though he retreated to Atlanta to find peace and escape his hometown, his trouble with the law never truly escaped him. Many of his most popular songs paid tribute to Chicago; he was best known as a chronicler of street life, building narratives of tense nights on the streets and his desire to escape the gangster's mentality.

The last time I spoke with King Von, he was lamenting his current situation as an Atlanta resident, unable to spend time in his hometown of Chicago because cops and opps were too familiar with his moves. He missed home, but was comfortable in Atlanta. The rap scene in the city is, after all, the most prominent in the nation, and as one of the industry's quickest rising stars, Von commanded a presence rarely given to outsiders. The way he explained his situation at the time made sense.

"I love Atlanta because I can live there with no problems and s***, and that's where there are more rappers," he explained, in an interview for Passion of the Weiss. "I like Chicago better though because I have my people out there, but the police know me too well in Chicago and there are people that don't like me."

But Von had found a way out thanks to his rap success: He'd occasionally go back to his Parkway Gardens neighborhood in Chicago with wads of cash, and give them to families and kids in need.

Von's death is a tragedy in any context, but that it came just one week after the release of a new album, Welcome to O'Block – the title of which makes it all the more clearer how strongly Von yearned to return home, to make amends with those that had wronged him and infuse his community with a strong, inspiring presence. This was already a banner year for Von, and the release of O'Block was likely to be a celebratory cap on his ascent to rap's upper echelon.

Atlanta Police Department confirmed to Vulture on November 8 that the APD Homicide Unit “secured arrest warrants against 22-year-old Timothy Leeks for Felony Murder in the shooting death of Dayvon Bennett. Mr. Leeks is in police custody at Grady Hospital where he is undergoing treatment for a gunshot wound.” APD has now classified the case of Bennett’s homicide as “closed.”

Before his death, King Von was on the verge of a breakout, having released his third album, Welcome to O’Block, just last week. He began rapping when he was in jail on a murder charge at 19, he told Billboard; those charges were dropped. His childhood friend Lil Durk signed him to his label Only the Family and has frequently collaborated with Von. (The two were charged with attempted murder, among other charges, for a June 2019 incident in Atlanta.) Durk wrote of his friend on Instagram, “My twin gone.” Welcome to O’Block was Von’s second album of 2020, after LeVon James. In a review of Welcome, Stereogum wrote, “He’s got a real shot at becoming great. It’s been a long time since a rap storyteller showed this much promise.”

Tributes from the rap community have poured in. “Wow. This year was so tough,” Chicago’s Chance the Rapper tweeted. “Rip von God bless him and his family I can’t believe it.” Fellow Chicago rapper and collaborator Polo G wrote on Instagram, “Was a real oneπŸ’―& a good hearted n- - - - fashoπŸ–€RIPπŸ•ŠπŸ•ŠπŸ•Š,” along with the hashtags #chicagolegend and #kingofdrill. Another collaborator, Calboy, tweeted, “No not Cuzo! πŸ’”.” Rapper Omarion added on Twitter, “Rest in power King von. I seen the potential. I heard a few songs but more than that I seen him breaking bread with his family. I respect that. I Kinect with that.” Von collaborator Chopsquad DJ posted a tribute to Instagram. “RIP my Bestfriend,” he wrote. “Every moment meant something and to grow wit you made me feel like I was a real producer. I love you bro @kingvonfrmdao.” Many others tweeted “RIP” messages, including YG, A$AP Mob, and Cordae.

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