An up and coming rapper King Von has passed away today, and athletes all over the country are sharing their sadness.
King Von was shot dead outside an Atlanta night club on Friday morning. He was just 26-years-old. NBA star Montrezl Harrell weighed in on Twitter.
This the true sad part, three young blessings won’t see their dad come home again 🤦🏿♂️😔 pic.twitter.com/KKQrQOEvrv
— Montrezl Harrell (@MONSTATREZZ) November 6, 2020
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“This is the true sad part, three young blessings won’t see their Dad come home again,” Harrel says while posting a picture of King Von’s family.
Stephen Jackson posted a video on his Instagram page.
“Your brothers are not the enemy,” Jackson said. “The ones got u thinking that are the real enemy. Wake up. Love for all who have love for all.”
Tampa Bay Bucs running back Kenjon Barner reacted to King Von’s death on twitter.
Damn I really just started listening to King Von and became a fan and he gone smh wow 2020 you got it we understand! RIPKingVon🙌🏿
— Kenjon Barner (@KBDeuce4) November 6, 2020
The New England Patriots honored the late rapper by playing his music at their practice today.
Patriots practice setlist: “Crazy Story” (King Von); “Georgia” (Field Mob); “Hustler Musik” (Lil Wayne); “March Madness” (Future). pic.twitter.com/30oQwpeVhA
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) November 6, 2020
I’m sure we will get more athletes and celebrities reacting to the tragic death as the day progresses.
RIP King Von.