स्वयं करिष्यते राज्यं वसुदेवो महामति: ॥ १८ ॥
kāṇvo ’mātyas tu kāminam
svayaṁ kariṣyate rājyaṁ
Vasudeva, an intelligent minister coming from the Kāṇva family, will kill the last of the Śuṅga kings, a lusty debauchee named Devabhūti, and assume rulership himself.
Apparently, because King Devabhūti was lusty after the wives of other men, his minister killed him, assuming leadership and thus beginning the Kāṇva dynasty.