Chicago rapper King Von was fatally shot nearly five months ago outside of an Atlanta hookah bar during an altercation with Quando Rondo’s crew. In the wake of the murder, Quando’s crewmate Timothy “Lul Tim” Leeks, who was also shot during the melee, was arrested and charged with the killing.

But it doesn’t appear Quando has been humbled by the tragedy. The ATL rapper held a virtual concert on Saturday (April 3) and allegedly dissed the late King Von as part of his set. In a clip circulating on social media, Quando Rondo says, “He got caught without that pole and now that bitch ass n-gga gone … I’ll piss on his grave!”

People in the comment section were quick to remind Quando he once found himself on the receiving end of King Von’s fists, writing things such as, “Quando shouldn’t be doing this 1 cause he got his ass beat by him” and “He should have added how von whipped his ass before that though.”

Fulton County records show Lul Tim was granted $100,000 bond last month but is required to wear an ankle monitor while he awaits trial. Fellow Quando Rondo affiliates Louwopp, Jumpout Blacc and 333Pab celebrated Lul Tim’s conditional release on their Instagram Stories shortly after the news broke.

“@lul_timm3 Pluto otw next welcome home cuz!” 333Pab said, while Jumpout Blacc added, “Ain’t no more free lul tim. Welcome cacc cuz.”

Quando Rondo then posted a photo of Luh Tim on his Instagram Story while promoting the “Blue Opps” single, which kicked off his 2020 QPac album. In a follow-up post, Quando shared a screenshot of Lul Tim’s name trending on Twitter and wrote in the caption, “My God Home” with a pair of smiling emojis.

King Von Alleged Killer Lul Tim Reportedly Granted $100K Bond - Much To Quando Rondo’s Delight

Of course, not everybody is celebrating Lul Tim’s freedom. On March 28, Lil Reese took to Instagram Live where he vowed to handle him.

“We gon’ roll his ass up real soon,” he said. “On my momma. Roll his ass right up. Big ass Backwoods. Big ass Backwoods, we gon’ roll his ass up.”

Check out his comments below.