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Rapper 21 Savage explained why he purchased a brand new Range Rover for King Von's sister, Kayla B -- but didn't buy his own baby mama one.

Von, 26, was shot and killed in Atlanta on Nov. 6. An emotional 21 Savage, whose real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, took to social media to vow that he would always take care of Kayla's financial needs.

He made good on the promise 2 weeks later by purchasing a white Range Rover for Kayla's birthday.

The rapper's own relatives questioned his good deed -- and one of 21 Savage's baby mamas, who never received such an extravagant gift from him, also had something to say online.

Sources say 21 Savage never took care of his late friend FBG Duck’s family. He never bought Duck's mom a car.

Kayla saw the salty comments and rushed to the defense of her "brother."

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But the hateration continued, forcing 21 Savage to deny he was flossing for the internet:

"I never speak on stuff like this because I don't do it for the internet but y'all being disrespectful. Von was already planning on purchasing the gift for her birthday and due to his untimely passing, he wasn't able to finish so all i did was finish what he started because I told kayla when he passed I had her 4L and I meant it. All the immature comments and speculations surrounding this are very insensitive please keep them to yourself. Respect to his family, his children, O'Block, OTF, and anybody else I left out."

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The Urban Dictionary website refers to drill rap as a "bullshit genre of rap that started off in America" and "somehow crawled its way into the UK."

Drill rap originated on the South Side of Chicago in early 2010. It is a genre of rap music made by and for gang bangers.

"Drill" means to shoot someone. The most popular drill rappers are either in prison for murder, deceased or will soon be deceased.

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When popular drill rapper King Von was gunned down in Atlanta recently, most of my readers had never heard of him.

Also flying under the radar are YNW Melly (pictured top), Lil Durk, NBA Youngboy, Chief Keef, Lil Reese and others -- all of whom are alleged killers. YNW Melly is in a Florida prison awaiting trial for double murder.

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Chicago rapper Lil Durk (pictured) is out on bond while awaiting trial in Atlanta for shooting at a man near the Varsity restaurant last year. He was arrested alongside the late King Von.

While out on bond, Lil Durk is making music with wannabe drill rapper Drake.

Drill music has infiltrated the Black community just as gangster rap dominated the hip-hop industry and helped to usher out R&B music in the 1980s.

Record labels prefer to sign drill rappers because today's hip-hop consumers prefer listening to rap artists who live the dangerous lifestyle they rap about.

Drill rap is behind a string of murders of rappers over the past decade. Rappers who want to make a name for themselves kill other drill rappers, then enjoy the clout they earn until someone kills them.

Mainstream magazines eagerly promote drill rap to their readers as the next big thing. There's money to be made in music that is detrimental to Black men.

Pitchfork.com, a Caucasian music blog, referred to Brooklyn drill rappers as "New York's brightest young rappers."

Gone are the talented, law-abiding, middle class rappers who rapped about dropping bodies and moving weight - as if they lived that life.

Music influences the mind and soul of young men. Drill rap should concern you if you're the mother of a young Black male.

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Rapper Meek Mill (right) is speaking out about the escalating gang war on Atlanta's streets between factions led by rappers Quando Rondo and Lil Durk (pictured left).

Chicago rapper King Von, 26, was fatally shot by Rondo's crew member Timothy Leeks, 22, during a fistfight between Von and Rondo in Atlanta on Nov. 6.

Word on the street is Lil Durk's crew is gunning for Rondo, 21, who they believe is personally responsible for Von's death.

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Durk, 28, reportedly bought every table at a nightclub where Rondo (pictured) was scheduled to perform this week. The club promoter canceled the show.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Meek, who is friends with Lil Durk, urged other rappers to "pick a side" rather than commenting on Von's death.

Meek tweeted: "Pretty soon everybody gone have to pick a side .... too much real sh*t going on too be cool wit everybody! [sic]"

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Meek's message likely means more blood will be shed on Atlanta's pristine streets.

Hopefully, the mayor's office is monitoring the situation on social media before innocent lives are lost in Atlanta, which is now dubbed Chiraq South.
 

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The Fulton County coroner's office, where autopsy's are performed in Atlanta, has denied leaking graphic photos of slain rapper King Von.

Von, real name Dayvon Bennett, 26, was shot outside a nightclub in downtown Atlanta on Nov. 6. He was taken by private vehicle to Grady Hospital where he died.

Days later, his autopsy photos were posted on social media, prompting Von's associates to blame the coroner's office for the leak.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office released a statement on its website on Nov. 10 denying allegations that they leaked (or sold) the grisly photos of the Chicago gangster-turned rapper laying on an autopsy table.

In so many words, the Fulton County ME put the blame for the leak on the funeral home that picked up the body from the coroner's office.

"On November 6, 2020, the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office performed an autopsy of D. Bennett, age 26, who died. On November 10, the Medical Examiner’s Office was contacted regarding photographs of Mr. Bennett’s body that had been released to online outlets.

"After an internal investigation, the Medical Examiner’s office is confident that those photos were taken after the time Mr. Bennett’s body was released by the Medical Examiner’s office."

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50 Cent (right) is pleading with Atlanta rapper Tip "T.I." Harris (left) to squash the beef he inadvertently started with King Von's sister and gang factions in Chicago.

T.I. sparked outrage among King Von's crew when he shared a post on Instagram, ordering gangs to do their killing on their own home turf.

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Reacting to the shooting death of King Von in Atlanta over the weekend, the "Rubber Band Man" rapper captioned an IG post on Monday: "Handle YOUR beefs in YOUR city. Thx in advance. - King."

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His post sparked furious comebacks from Von's O-block crew and Von's sister, Kayla B, who wrote on her Instagram stories:

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She continued:

"And these r FACTS! But The energy he always putting in ppl business need to be the same energy he need to make it right wit his daughter! Now wea is my brother @50cent get on his a*s!"

T.I. followed up his post, saying his previous post had nothing to do with King Von's death. He also sent condolences to Kayla and her family.

Elder statesman 50 Cent had some wise advice for T.I., reminding him that he was raised in a middle class neighborhood.

"A @troubleman31 you gotta chill, you bugging for saying anything. They got casualties this is real shit, I don't know what you was thinking but re think it now. They are hurting, they love that boy he was a way out. I bet you don't even realize they will kill you for what you just said. what hood you from again? come on now it's quiet time."

 

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The Internet reacted with outrage after someone leaked grisly photos of slain rapper King Von laying on an autopsy table.

Von, real name Dayvon Bennett, was shot by a member of Savannah rapper Quando Rondo's crew during a fistfight outside a hookah lounge in downtown Atlanta early Friday.

The 26-year-old gangster-turned rapper later died during surgery at Grady Hospital. The pictures were likely taken after his body was taken to the morgue across the street from Grady Hospital, where autopsies are conducted.

The alleged autopsy images were originally uploaded to Instagram by user @fyndeeboyy who quickly deleted the pictures. But the graphic images circulating on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

It's tradition for Chicago gang members to post autopsy or open casket photos of deceased "opps" (opposition or gang rivals) to disrespect them even in death.

One King Von fan responded to the images circulating on Reddit.com:

"That sh*t is sick. Imagining [sic] people messing and taking pictures of your lifeless body when you die. If this happened to king von imagine how many pictures probably get taken and never get leaked."

Others were not so polite. Gang members affiliated with O-block, a notorious city block in Chicago, took to Instagram and TikTok to voice their anger and frustration over the photos (see below).

But that's not all they're mad about.

King Von's sister, Kayla B. clapped back at rap mogul Tip "T.I." Harris he shared an Instagram post asking out-of-towners to kill each other on their own home turfs.

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T.I.'s post also sparked outrage among different Chicago gang factions -- some of whom have booked flights to Atlanta. Below is an alleged veiled threat to T.I.

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Hopefully, Atlanta's mayor's office is monitoring the situation on social media. Atlanta's streets are about to become a bloodbath.
 

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Tip "T.I." Harris (left) has a message for Chicago gang bangers and other out-of-towners who bring death and destruction to Atlanta streets.

T.I. spoke out after Chicago gangster-turned rapper King Von (right) was gunned down outside a hookah lounge in downtown Atlanta over the weekend.

Von, real name Dayvon Bennett, 26, was shot in the side as he fought with Savannah rapper Quando Rondo, 21. Bennett was transported to Grady Hospital where he died.

Rondo's brother, Timothy Leeks, 22, was arrested and charged with Bennett's murder. He is being held without bond in the Fulton County Jail.

T.I. doesn't appreciate out-of-towners spilling blood on our immaculate streets.

He captioned an Instagram post: "Handle YOUR beefs in YOUR city. Thx in advance. - King."
 

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An affiliate of rapper Quando Rondo was charged with the fatal shooting of rapper King Von during a brawl outside an Atlanta hookah club early Friday.

Von, born Dayvon Daquan Bennett, is one of three people shot dead and three wounded during a fight outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge in downtown Atlanta.

Police arrested Timothy Leeks, 22, who allegedly shot Bennett who was fighting with Quando, real name Tyquian Terrel Bowman, 21.

Leeks, aka Lul Timm (pictured right), was then shot and wounded in the leg by another man. Leeks was arrested by Atlanta police at Grady Hospital where he went to seek treatment for his leg wound.

"The homicide of Bennett is closed with this arrest," Atlanta police spokeswoman Marla Jean Rooker told AJC.com.

Video footage from the club shows Bennett laying mortally wounded in the street with a gunshot wound to his left side.

Bowman (wearing black) is on top of Bennett, attempting to remove Bennett's coveted diamond-studded "O-Block" chain to keep as a trophy.

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Bennett's chain was designed by Ice Box, a premium jewelry store located in the Buckhead neighborhood on Atlanta's northwest side.

The chain signifies O-Block, the notorious 6400 block of South Martin Luther King Drive on Chicago's South Side. It is considered the most dangerous block in all of Chicago, and it is where Michelle Obama lived as a child.

The block is named after Gangster Disciples member Odee Perry, 20, who was shot and killed by Tooka gang member Gakirah "KI" Barnes when she was only 13.

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Years after killing Perry (pictured left), 17-year-old Barnes (pictured right) was shot nine times while walking to a girlfriend's house for lunch on April 11, 2014.

Bennett was named as the triggerman in her death, but he was never charged.

Watch surveillance footage of Bennett's murder below.
 

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Asian Da Brat reportedly regrets saying she only dates men with at least 3 bodies. "Body" is slang for a murder victim or murdering someone.

The Instagram model and aspiring rapper, who is formerly known as Asian Doll, sparked furious debate online when she tweeted her unusual preference in men last month.

The 23-year-old Sagittarius, born Misharron Jamesha Allen, said she won't speak to a man unless he's a killer. And not just any killer -- a serial killer.

"Please have at least 3 body's [sic] before you talk to me Boy I like killers," she tweeted.

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But friends say she had a change of heart as she mourns her ex-boyfriend, gangster-turned rapper King Von, who was shot and killed in Atlanta early Friday. They broke up sometime in August.

She tweeted on Friday: "I wanna die 2 Shid it feel like I'm dead already."

Friends say she now regrets glorifying gang bangers and killers.

Von King, who was born Dayvon Daquan Bennett, was shot during a street fight with rival rapper and gang member Quando Rondo outside a hookah lounge around 3 a.m.

Friends transported Bennett to a hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

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Bennett, 26, is linked to at least 10 murders on Chicago's South Side including the unsolved murders of gang bangers Gakirah "KI" Barnes in 2014 and Joseph "Lil JoJo" Coleman in 2012.

Bennett was charged with murdering a man and wounding several others at a house party in Chicago in 2014. He spent three-and-a-half-years in prison.

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After his release from prison, Bennett (right) moved to Atlanta to team up with gang member-turned rapper Lil Durk (left) who signed Von to his label OTF Records and EMPIRE.

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Bennett and Lil Durk were arrested for a shooting near the Varsity restaurant in downtown Atlanta in February 2019. They are pictured in court before they were released on $250,000 bond each.

Watch surveillance footage of King Von's murder below.
 

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Chicago rapper King Von was reportedly killed during a shootout in Atlanta. He was 26.

King Von, real name Dayvon Daquan Bennett, was shot early Friday morning outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge on Trinity Avenue around 3 a.m., AJC.com reports.

11Alive's Jerry Carnes said an argument inside the club lead to gunfire between two groups.

Two men were killed at the scene and Bennett and one other man were wounded in the shootout and transported to a hospital. Bennett was later pronounced dead.

Two off-duty Atlanta Police officers who were moonlighting as club security were involved in the shooting. No police were injured.

In May 2014, Bennett, who was affiliated with a Chicago street gang, was charged with murder for fatally shooting a man and wounding two others during a birthday party in the Englewood neighborhood.

Bennett served prison time and was released on good behavior.

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Bennett is also linked to the murders of Chicago gang bangers Gakirah Barnes in 2014 and Joseph "JoJo" Coleman in 2012.