How Lul Tim RUINED His Career in Seconds..
Welcome back to Watch on Loop, today on the channel we are going to find out How Lul Tim ruined his career in seconds.. Lul Tim is infamous because of his alleged role in the fatal shooting of rapper King Von. The man, who is affiliated with Quando Rondo, was accused of firing the shot that ended King Von’s life last year, facing the wrath of the internet ever since. He was released from jail on a $100,000 bond, moving with caution in the months following his return to the streets. As he continues to be a catalyst for frustration within the hip-hop community, Lul Tim decided to switch his passion to try and live a sustainable life through more reasonable means, previewing his first new song on social media. In this video, we will check out how Lul Tim ruined his career in seconds.
Self-proclaiming himself to be “the biggest opp,” Lul Tim, real name Timothy Leeks, is looking to launch a music career off the infamy he achieved through his attachment to Quando Rondo and King Von. This week, he started to tease his new music, sharing a preview of his upcoming debut single “Off The List.” He’s rapping over a beat that seems like it was tailormade for Youngboy Never Broke Again. Considering Lul Tim’s affiliation to Quando Rondo (and, by connection, Youngboy), it makes sense that he would work with one of the superstar rapper’s producers. His rhymes will anger some fans, especially with Tim rapping about violence, shooting people, and more. Stick around to know more details about Lul Tim and how he ruined his career.
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