Online trolls are roasting a King Von fan who got an odd tattoo on his shins to honor the late Chicago rapper.
The King Von Tattoo That Has The Internet Laughing
A viral video taken by a group of angry Von fans shows a young woman with a new tattoo of Von’s face on her shin. However, many fans were quick to criticize the new tattoo.
In the video’s caption, it stated, “The custy got von tatted on her. Did von dirty with that tattoo.”
There was a plethora of criticism in Akademiks’ comment section after they re-shared the video.
While one fan wrote “the tattoo artist sneezed while doing this tattoo.”, another added, “Get a refund ASAP”.
See the tattoo on Twitter below:
On August 9, King Von’s estate celebrated what would have been the rapper’s 28th birthday. Von’s estate recently released a new music video for “Get It Done,” which appeared on the rapper’s posthumous album What It Means To Be King.
Many fans are amazed that Von was able to film any of these music videos before his untimely passing. The visual accompaniment features Von alive and well rapping alongside OMB Peezy.
A YouTube commenter wrote, “This man’s work rate was unmatched. God knows what he would’ve achieved if his physical form was still with us,”
What It Means To Be King is King Von’s sophomore album following up 2020’s gold-certified Welcome to O’Block. This came following the release of two singles featuring 21 Savage: “Don’t Play That” and “War”. “Don’t Play That” debuted at No. 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Von’s highest-charting song to date.
As a result of an altercation with Quando Rondo‘s crew, King Von was shot on November 6, 2020. The same day, another Chicago man, 34-year-old Mark Blakely, lost his life. Lul Tim (aka Timothy Leeks) was also shot during the incident and arrested for Von’s murder.
In addition, Quando Rondo was recently the victim of a shooting in Los Angeles on August 19. Rondo’s black Cadillac Escalade was shot up around 5:30 p.m. Rondo was unharmed, but his close friend Lul Pab was killed. Pab’s death was confirmed by Quando Rondo in an Instagram post in which he simply wrote “My cuz,” followed by an emoji of a crying face.