/  11.30.2020

Asian Doll is ending rumors that there was some type of beef between King Von and Youngboy Never Broke Again before Von was tragically shot and killed.

The Doll SZN Reloaded rapper recently took to Instagram Live to deny that the two men were ever enemies. “I got a song with Youngboy. Von got a song with Youngboy. Who the opp?” she asked. “Only opps is you opp ass people in our mothafuckin’ business bitch. Back to my mothafuckin’ story bitch.”

“This n*gga talking bout, ‘The mothafuckin’ opps,’” she continued. “That ain’t even his opps. Get your clown ass on. You don’t even know what the fuck you talking bout. That’s how y’all know you just talking. Y’all just making up all this shit in y’all mothafuckin’ head cause that shit sounds good and that shit look good but it ain’t that.” 

Before Von was killed, he spoke to Akademiks about the rumors that there was friction between him and the “What That Speed Bout!?” emcee. He also said that the speculations that fans made were incorrect.

Last week, Asian revealed that she had gotten a tattoo of Von’s face on her hand. “You Kno How It Go We Dont Even Play Like Dat Dayvon,” she captioned a post of the new ink. “This The HARDEST Tattoo On My Body.” The tat, which was designed by Los Angeles artist SNEAKYGEE, featured an image of the Welcome to O’Block emcee wearing a Burberry hat.

Following the Chicago rapper’s untimely death, Asian, who is now referring to herself as “Queen Von,” took to Instagram to share a tribute about her “soulmate.”

“Always spoke highly of you our relationship wasn’t based off just sex & popularity we was deep innis shit we slept nose to nose we were real life SOULMATES you couldn’t even think of Von without thinking of me,” she captioned one post, which also featured a slideshow of the two together. 

Check out the video of Asian speaking about the alleged beef between Von and Youngboy below.


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