After Von surprised fans by announcing an unreleased collaboration with the late rapper on Wednesday (September 16), Duck’s mother LaSheena Weekly quickly hopped on social media to call him a liar in a series of comments.
“PSA PLEASE DONT FALL FOR DIS SHIT,” she wrote on Instagram. “IT IS A LIE. MY SON WOULD NEVER DO A SONG WIT HIM. WEN HE SAID HE WOULD DO A SONG WIT THE OPPS HE WAS MUST DEFLY NOT ONE OF DEM. DIS IS A DISGRACE .. N U THINK MY SON WOULD DO A SONG WIT HIM AFTER POST DIS? KNOWIN MY SON N HIS HEART, HE WOULD HEAVE BEATEN HIS ASS, BUT TO CHANGE THE WORLD HE WOULD HAVE. DATS THE MAN I BIRTHED #IAMDUCK.”
In Von’s original post, he claimed to have settled his longstanding beef with Duck before he was gunned down in broad daylight while shopping in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood on August 4. He also discussed his mission bring their city together … but ended his post by revisiting issues they had, which many believed to be an indication he was trolling.
“Me and Duck settled Our differences right before he passed,” he tweeted with a ‘100’ emoji. “We was talking bout bringing everybody together as a whole n changing da community for the better. Imma still stand on dat shit. Every step of the way imma be thinking of u. Even doe u dissed my dead homies and family.”
The diss Von was referring to was Duck’s July 2020 single “Dead Bitches” where he mentioned several deceased Chicago citizens.
Von then teased an alleged record they made and even tossed out the idea of having Durk jump on it.
“KingVon ft. Fbg Duck. I was gone hold dis b*tch to my Album. But if mfs want it imma drop dat b*tch today,” he tweeted. “Or hold it and put durk on it 2 ???”
Von has not yet responded to Weekly’s claims of denial.