21 Savage Buys The Sister Of The Late King Von A 2021 Range Rover

21 Savage Buys The Sister Of The Late King Von A 2021 Range Rover
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21 Savage is paying it forward. Hot New Hip Hop reported today that the "rockstar" rapper was feeling generous, so he bought a special gift for someone who is currently struggling through a terrible loss. The outlet claims the rapper, who was actually born in the United Kingdom, bought a 2021 Range Rover for the sister of the late King Von .

As it was previously reported, King Von was shot and killed earlier this month while hanging out at a hookah lounge in Atlanta, Georgia. 21 Savage bought the vehicle for Von's sister, Kayla, as a way of showing his sympathies.

Ever since the news came out, many hip-hop fans, friends, and collaborators have been grieving, including the rapper's former girlfriend, Asian Doll. On her Instagram account, Kayla wrote, "2021 PAID FA," alongside a bouquet of roses.

According to Hot New Hip Hop, King Von's sister has been grieving especially hard. The outlet claims autopsy pictures of the rapper's body were leaked by the mortician or someone close to the morgue. Kayla reportedly found the person who was responsible and urged the morgue to fire them immediately.


Hip-hop fans know it's been a tough year for many in the scene, including Boosie Badazz as well. The rapper recently said to Vlad from Vlad TV that the type of violence that is going on right now was basically like a "war."

The performing artist appeared to insinuate that the consequences of King Von's death haven't been seen yet. Boosie was also shot in the leg earlier this month after he took a trip down to Dallas, Texas, to pay his respects to Mo3 who was shot and killed in the city.

Mo3 reportedly was chased by a 2014 or 2015 Chevrolet Camaro until he crashed his car and then got out to run on foot. The suspect or suspects got out of their vehicle, chased Mo3 on foot, and then shot him in the back while he was trying to run away.


Video evidence purports to show the suspect in question, and the police are now asking the public if they know anyone who is connected to the vehicle.

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