Following the murder of King Von, Asian Doll publicly grieved the loss of the love of her life. Asian Doll was devoted to King Von and supported him through the years.
On March 4th, King Von’s posthumous album, What It Means To Be King was released. The album consists 19 tracks from the hundreds that the rapper crafted up but didn’t manage to release before his tragic death in November of 2020.
The album features appearances from G Herbo, 21 Savage, Fivio Foreign, Lil Durk, Tee Grizzley, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Dreezy, Boss Top, DqFrmFaO, and OMB Peezy. However, fans couldn’t help but notice that there was a change to one title, which used to feature Asian Doll, but now includes bars from Moneybagg Yo.
A fan wrote on Twitter, “Damn they really took Asian Doll off ‘Trust Nothing’ and put Moneybagg Yo,” The fan shared a clip of Doll rapping her verse from the three-minute and five-second long track. “On to the next like a Hot Girl Summer do,” are among the lyrics she had lined up, which ultimately got cut.
Meanwhile, Moneybagg’s spits on his replacement verse, “Hope you not ready to die ’bout that bitch / ‘Cause this ho ready to go to war ’bout that d*ck (Swerve) / I keep two or three hoes, one too close to zero / Like NASCAR tires, I rotate a bitch.” The speculations from fans soon caught Doll’s attention.
Upon seeing the twitter drama online, Da Brat asked listeners to keep the spotlight off of her on the late King Von’s special day. She wrote alongside an unimpressed emoji, “Please don’t make today about me,”
Meanwhile, you can check out her tweet as well as Trust Nothing music video below.
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