The controversial documentary surrounding the late rapper King Von has received significant attention and criticism from the hip-hop community. Trap Lore Ross, the British filmmaker behind the documentary, recently addressed the backlash he has been facing.
In an interview with TMZ, Ross responded to figures like Boosie Badazz and DJ Vlad, who have openly expressed their disapproval of the documentary titled “King Von: Rap’s First Serial Killer.” Ross believes that their criticism stems from not watching the entire documentary.
During the interview, Ross mentioned Boosie Badazz, who admitted to only watching 30 minutes of the documentary. Ross expressed his hope that Boosie would consider watching the entire film before passing judgment. He also acknowledged his admiration for DJ Vlad, stating that Vlad had not yet seen the documentary. Ross believes that if Vlad were to watch the entire documentary, he might have a different perspective, as Boosie’s comments seemed to influence Vlad’s response.
The documentary, which initially faced backlash for its alleged connection of King Von to multiple murders, was temporarily removed from YouTube but later re-uploaded. Ross mentioned the video’s removal in a now-deleted tweet and expressed his efforts to have it reinstated. In the original four-hour piece released in early April, Ross links King Von to ten alleged murders that occurred prior to the rapper’s own untimely death in November 2020.