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Quando Rondo is turning his back on gang life following the death of his close friend Lul Pab, who was shot and killed at the Beverly Center in West Hollywood. At a nearby gas station, masked men in a white vehicle targeted Rondo’s black SUV, as he escaped the situation without harm.

The Savannah, Georgia rapper took to his Instagram Story to denounce his ties to the Rollin’ 60s Neighborhood Crips gang and reveal why this may be the most dangerous thing he’s ever done to date.

“It’s time for me to spend time to myself and free myself from a lot of people,” he wrote on his Instagram Story. “My Main Manz Gone & a lot more shit I’m cool on alot of shit if I feel like you not with me it’s no reason for me To be holding on to you no need to shake your hand or fake some with you ! I’m Living Life How I wanna live life whatever I wanna do ima do it you gone either gone get with it or get lost.”

Later on, Quando Rondo put out more posts regarding his exit from gang life.

“I’m my own man I layed my flag down I’m not NH yall ain’t gone ride for a n-gga foreal it’s no sense being apart of yall shit y’all fw the opposition,” he wrote. “Idgaf who feel hit Fucc u and if you can’t feel where I’m coming from on this you a bitch ass n-gga cuz it don’t take rocket science to c what the fuck going on errbody all ready hate me.”

He continued, “I ain’t tripping on the extra hate I’m bout to focus on my family the ones who gone really drop a tear if I die !!!!!”

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