Asian Doll has been known for a while now as one of the hottest rappers out of Dallas. She also signed with Gucci Mane‘s 1017 record label before, and is also the ex-girlfriend of the late King Von, who was tragically shot and killed in Atlanta in November 2020. The two had broken up a few months before this shooting. Doll also took to her Twitter feed on Thursday to address an issue that she has regarding lack of support from her hometown.
Doll Says Dallas Never Supported Her
Fans began to agree with the Dallas native’s statements. They explained how people are very picky there when it comes to which artists to support, even though Doll has been a star there for over three years now.
Doll Recently Got A New King Von Chain
Last month, Doll continued to pay homage to Von even more with an iced out pendant of him. On this piece, he is seen wearing a Burberry t-shirt and hat. This jewelry was made by Status Jeweler, Ace Got Ice, Zee Da Jeweler, and Don Got The Jewels. Doll took to her Instagram feed to express her satisfaction with the work done on this.
“The BIG ONE not the one in the P.O. Box!!! I’m So Happy I’m So Greatful Thank You From The Bottom Of My Heart I Love My Jewerlers 4Life ??
Y’all went crazyyyyyyyy.”
Doll Got Von’s Face Tattooed On Her Hand
Doll‘s love for Von was definitely real, as evident with her posts on social media. The pendant was a solid tribute and before that, she got a tattoo of his face on her hand. Doll’s original idea was to put the design on her face but after feedback from her fans about that not being a good idea at all, she ultimately decided that her hand was the best spot for it. She and Von also collaborated on a song in 2020 with “Pull Up.”
Doll Is Trending For Latest Single As Well
While Doll is currently known for her hot takes on social media and her King Von tributes, she is also able to deliver some hot records as well. In December, she put out her “Nunnadet S*it” single received drew a lot of praise from her fans. The flow she delivered on this single also reminded a lot of fans of King Von. On YouTube, the music video was released two weeks ago and has already amassed over 830,000 views.