On November 6, 2020, King Von was shot and killed outside of an Atlanta hookah lounge. His death came just hours after he was involved in a fight with another group of men, one of whom was also killed. Now, the autopsy results are in and they reveal some interesting details about what may have happened that fateful night.
King Von’s autopsy, which was released by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office on November 10, 2020, shows that he was shot three times. One bullet entered through his back and exited through his chest, another entered his right arm and exited through his armpit, and the third bullet grazed his head.
The autopsy also reveals that King Von had alcohol and drugs in his system at the time of his death. His blood alcohol level was .103, which is above the legal limit for driving, and he had traces of marijuana, codeine, and promethazine in his system.
The autopsy results seem to indicate that King Von was shot while he was trying to flee the scene. The fact that he was shot in the back and the arm suggests that he may have been running away from the shooter when he was hit. The head wound could also be consistent with a shot fired from behind.
The autopsy results provide some insight into what may have happened the night King Von was killed, but there are still many unanswered questions. The investigation into his death is ongoing and it will be interesting to see what else is revealed in the coming weeks.
What Was Reported in the First Autopsy?
The first autopsy of King Von, the 26-year-old rapper who was fatally shot in Chicago last week, has been completed.
The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office released the autopsy report on Monday, which revealed that King Von died from multiple gunshot wounds.