Quando Rondo deactivated his Instagram account following accusations of lying about police canceling his show in Macon, Georgia over the weekend. But now, the Savannah rapper is somewhat back again to clear up any confusion about his live shows — this time with a laser-sighted rifle.
On Monday (November 30), video footage of Rondo surfaced online where he’s laughing and posing with the rifle and an additional sidearm. As he brandishes both weapons with his face covered, Rondo figuratively gives his location and invites any of his foes over.
“We in Iraq right now, pull up, you hear what I’m saying,” he said in the clip shared by DJ Akademiks. “I ain’t got no shows. You dig what I’m saying? On gang, free Lul Tim.”
On Friday (November 27), a clip of Rondo telling fans the police and Mayor of Macon, Georgia canceled his show scheduled on November 26 was shared on Twitter. But people were quick to notice the timestamp on the video was January 1, 2018, which led many to believe Rondo was lying.
Rondo’s been having a tough time getting back to work following his connection to the murder of King Von on November 6. Rumors of his safety being in peril have floated across social media. People are calling for Lil Durk to retaliate and there’ve been threats on Rondo’s life from those who supported Von. Rondo hasn’t made the situation better either with his unapologetic behavior. He’s gained many detractors, including one of Von’s closest friends, 600 Breezy.
Breezy caught wind of Rondo’s video and assumed the rapper was in Chicago, also known as Chiraq. He left a comment inviting Rondo under a post sharing the video that read, “This bitch lie so much. 366 e 59th st between calumet and king dr we outside.”
He appeared to take a swipe at Rondo on Twitter before that calling him a “hoe” when the clip of Rondo announcing the Macon show’s cancelation made its rounds.
The Chicago rapper also took to his Instagram stories on November 20, asking Rondo to stop canceling the shows and dared him to perform his latest song, “End Of Story.” The song finds Rondo telling his account of what happened the night of Von’s murder and praising the loyalty of alleged killer Lul Tim.