Viral video surfaced on Wednesday, showing the late rapper King Von's sister, Kayla B fighting with another Instagram personality, Cuban Doll, 22.
The two women decided to take their disagreement to the streets after going back and forth with each other on social media.
Kayla B, a 5'-7", 28-year-old entrepreneur, got the best of the Doll by pulling a Mike Tyson and biting the influencer on her forehead.
Kayla's brother King Von, 26, was shot during an altercation outside an Atlanta nightclub on November 6. He later died from his injuries at Grady Hospital. His killer, aspiring rapper and gangbanger Timothy Leeks is being held in the crowded Fulton County Jail without bond.
Kayla and Von grew up in separate households in the Chicago area. The fight allegedly stemmed from Cuban Doll dissing Von.
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A Maryland teacher was arrested and booked into the county jail after she was caught on video fighting a student in her classroom. Vivian Noirie, 36, was charged with child abuse and assaulting the student at Largo High School.
The fight occurred at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, when the student confronted Noirie after she contacted her parents the day before.
Cell phone video shows Noirie repeatedly punching and kicking the student, who fights back. The teacher is wearing a grey top.
To their credit, the other students separated the combatants before two teachers stepped in to stop the altercation.
Police say they are also pursuing assault charges against the 17-year-old female student after reviewing the viral video.
According to Fox5 DC, the school's website says Noirie teaches Spanish at the school.
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