A shocking documentary accusing late rapper King Von of committing 10 murders and being a serial killer has been re-uploaded to YouTube after being taken down just days ago.
“King Von: Rap’s First Serial Killer” was released by British documentarian Trap Lore Ross on YouTube last Friday (April 7) but was removed from the platform on Sunday. It’s was uploaded again on the streaming platform after Trap Lore Ross complained publicly. He mentioned that he needed to make some modifications to the video before it could return.
“Blurred all the guns, vapes, weed and cigarettes,” he wrote. “Removed Baylo discussing the fact that no funeral homes would take Vons body (even though he’s apparently an Angel and it’s all cap). Removed speculation on who lined up Duck (new info dropped) removed some descriptions of deaths.”
In “King Von: Rap’s First Serial Killer”, Ross uses social media posts, timestamps, lyrics, and police reports to connect Von to the murders of alleged gang members. According to the doc, Von allegedly committed five murders in 2012, and three in 2014. In June 2018, Von is said to have taken another life, before claiming his last alleged body in March 2019.
Many King Von fans have flocked to his defense and poked holes in Ross’ theories painting the “Crazy Story” rhymer as a murderer and comparing him to the likes of infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
Watch “King Von: Rap’s First Serial Killer” below.