VladTV has covered thousands of opinions pertaining to Hip Hop, pop culture, politics and much more. Following the murder of King Von, Asian Doll publicly grieved the loss of the love of her life. While some supported her through her grieving period, others accused the rapper of “doing too much.”

There were many times when people sat down for a VladTV interview and dropped their two cents on Asian Doll’s posts or behaviors related to Von. Recently, Asian, in her own way made her feelings known after she was invited to sit down for an interview with outlet.

In a clip she shared online, Asian Doll is about to start the interview but instead, she stated that she doesn’t like DJ Vlad. The artist accused him of mocking her during her mourning process and making fun of her tattoos. Immediately after she walked out of her interview leaving everyone speechless.

 It should be noted that Vlad wasn’t the person interviewing her so the rapper was able to speak her mind, albeit not to the person she was upset with. Later on, Asian wrote in a caption, “SUCK MY **** VLAD !!” She further added,

Thought it was funny when I was grieving when von died just to ask me can you interview me lol look how the tables turn CLOWN [clown emoji] GOOFY.”

Asian had a few more explosive jabs aimed at DJ Vlad in another post. Meanwhile, DJ Vlad has yet to respond to the accusations against him by Asian. Stay tunes to Thirsty for more updates.

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