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King Von is calling cap on YoungBoy Never Broke Again. While Von was listening to YoungBoy’s 2018 song “Play Wit Us,” the OTF signee took a jab at the Baton Rouge-bred rapper during an Instagram livestream.

“The fuck YoungBoy talking about on this song, bruh?” the Chicago native said. “He’s talking crazy. He ain’t even like that. On his ass now. Cap! You got cap in yo raps. You got cap in yo raps!”

Von hasn’t been shy about putting fellow artists on blast in 2020. In June, he criticized Nicki Minaj for collaborating with Tekashi 6ix9ine.

“Damn and I use to love Nicki Minaj,” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet. “I know so many mfs that a do anything to make it. Go against every moral break everycode. Trade on every friend jus for a taste of the fast life. Desperate easily moved ass people. Den get the shit and it don’t even be worth all the lost and pain a mf went threw. U chasing dat shit.”

King Von Says ‘Levon James’ Is Just The Beginning Of Long & Fruitful Career

A month earlier, he clashed with Montana Of 300 on social media over an opinion about the Chicago Hip Hop scene.

“I still don’t kno why 300 in yo name,” he wrote in response to Montana. “Which part of Chicago you even from. I was locked up wen u was dropping shit I guess. I never heard none of yo shit.”

He later boasted, “Rapping niggas got the biggest opinions around dis bitch. I did more hits den I got hits and I don’t rap battle. Who am I?”

In March, Von released his Levon James album. The project featured collaborations with Lil Durk, G Herbo, Tee Grizzley, NLE Choppa, YNW Melly and more.

Revisit the LP below.

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