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King Von Used To Call & Facetime To Let FBG Duck Know He Dissed Him In Songs



King Von Used To Call & Facetime To Let FBG Duck Know He Dissed Him In Songs

FBG Duck was killed in 2020, and his murder investigation is still ongoing. No one has been charged for his death, although it is suggested that since he was killed, there have been many retaliatory killings against two rival Chicago gangs that he and King Von were part of.

King Von was shot and killed during an altercation with Quando Rondo and their respective crews outside a nightclub in Atlanta on the morning of November 6, 2020.

In a new video making rounds online, an insider claims King Von used to call, voice message and Facetime to let FBG Duck know that he dissed him in songs before he actually dropped them.

Some of Von’s close associates believed that he was on the verge of catching a case for the murders he was linked to prior to his death.

Earlier this year, a Chicago rap blog posted excerpts from a witness statement given to FBI agents mere weeks after FBG Duck was killed, in which Von was named as a possible suspect because he had put a pricey bounty on Duck.

In the statement, the witness claimed that Duck, whose real name is Carlton Weekly, had been a Gangster Disciple member and had been making rap music that “dismissed (disrespected) deceased Black Disciple gang members,” a gang that rivaled his.

The witness claimed that Von had initially put out a $50,000 reward to anyone who would kill Duck, and he later increased it to $100,000. FBG Duck was killed in 2020 while out shopping with his son in the Gold Coast neighborhood in Chicago.

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