VIDEO: Leaked Bodycam footage of Rapper, King Von, telling cops he's a homosexual to be put in protective custody goes viral KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, July 18, 2023

VIDEO: Leaked Bodycam footage of Rapper, King Von, telling cops he's a homosexual to be put in protective custody goes viral

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Leaked Bodycam of Rapper, King Von, telling cops he's a homosexual to be put in protective custody goes viral.

Chicago rapper King Von was killed almost 3 years ago but fans are still fascinated by his music and story. As evidence of that, see a new video that went viral earlier today posted by DJ Akademiks. The clip shows bodycam footage from a police officer while Von in in their custody. In the clip Von tells the officers that he is gay and because of that needs to be put into protective custody. While some in the comments were debating the motivation and sense behind his actions many more expressed shock that the video was even posted. The predominant sentiment throughout the comments was that Von should be allowed to rest and that the video shouldn’t have been made public.

Honestly, we don’t know how it leaked yet. But one thing’s for sure: King Von was one interesting dude. So, as you can see below, a lot of people took what he said literally. Others said he’s just pretending so he can escape the opps. This was a big day for slander AND defense of King Von. There are all out!

How the clip came into DJ Akademics possession or why it took so long to be made public is unclear. But the attention its getting proves just how many people are still thinking about King Von. Von’s new album Grandson dropped just last week. The album is his second posthumously released collection of songs. It features contributions from G Herbo, Polo G, Lil Durk, Tee Grizzley, BreezyLYN, Tink, 42 Dugg, Moneybagg Yo, and Hotboii. The project was preceded by popular singles like “Robberies,” “Heartless,” and “From The Hood.”

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