Quando Rondo, the Savannah-born rapper, has been open with his fans about the challenges he has faced in recent years. However, he recently expressed regret for sharing his personal life on the internet. In an Instagram Story that has since disappeared, Quando Rondo wrote, "I wish I can take bacc all the times I put my business on the internet!" While he didn't elaborate further on the meaning behind his cryptic message, it seems he has learned the importance of keeping certain aspects of his life private.
Over the past few years, Quando Rondo has experienced personal struggles. The shooting death of his friend Lul Pab, as well as his involvement with the legal system following the shooting that resulted in the death of King Von, have undoubtedly taken a toll on his mental well-being. Despite these challenges, Quando Rondo relies on prayer and faith to keep him motivated and pushing forward.
On his latest project, Recovery, Quando Rondo addresses his hardships. The album features 20 tracks, including introspective street narratives like "Tear It Down," "Where Would I Be," and "Speeding." Through his music, he aims to convey that he has moved on from many of the difficult circumstances he has faced. He is eager for his audience to also move forward with him and focus on the future.
Moving forward, it is hoped that Quando Rondo can leave his violent past behind and continue to pursue a successful and productive music career. By recognizing the consequences of sharing personal information online, he can protect his privacy and focus on creating impactful music that resonates with his fans. With a renewed sense of purpose, Quando Rondo is ready to embrace a brighter future.