Lil Reese Explains Why King Von Pretended to be Gay In Jail

Since the release of King Von’s second posthumous album, Grandson, there’s been a noticeable surge in marketing efforts surrounding the late rapper’s music. This marketing machine, intentional or not, has been working hard to keep his legacy alive since the album’s drop on July 14th.

However, the attention on King Von goes beyond just his music. Recently, an old footage of him claiming to be gay to secure a transfer to a different section while he was at Cook County Jail in Chicago started trending online. This viral clip has sparked intense debate among his former associates, with some defending his actions while others suggesting that it was a tactical move to protect himself from threats in jail.

In a recent interview with Cam Capone News, fellow South Side Chicago rapper Lil Reese was asked to share his thoughts on the viral clip involving his late friend, King Von. Lil Reese attempted to provide some context to the situation, explaining that King Von was merely joking when he made that statement. According to Lil Reese, King Von’s intention was to get moved to a new deck, and sometimes, you have to do what it takes to ensure your safety in such environments.

Fans interested in hearing Lil Reese’s full explanation can tune in to the interview to gain more insight into the matter.

As King Von’s legacy continues to be celebrated through his posthumous releases, his impact on the hip hop community and beyond remains evident. The online discussions and debates surrounding the viral clip serve as a testament to his enduring influence, keeping his memory alive in the hearts of his fans and peers.

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