Asian Doll Finds Unique Way To Keeps King Von’s Legacy Alive

ATLANTA, GA - MARCH 11: Rapper Asian Doll performs during The PTSD Tour In Concert at The Tabernacle on March 11, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Asian Doll Finds Unique Way To Keeps King Von’s Legacy Alive

The Dallas rapper posted now deleted tweets about how she plans to dedicate her body to her lost love.

Published March 19th

Written by Craig T. Lee

Since rapper King Von passed away in November 2020, Asian Doll has made it her mission to keep her late boyfriend’s legacy alive. 

Asian Doll, 24, has not only been keeping Von’s name present through shared stories on her social accounts, but she’s also added a total of four tattoos to her body in his memory. Originally, her fans dissuaded her from getting a face tattoo of Von, but now she’s returning back to that idea. 

In a recently deleted tweet, Asian said her next tribute tattoo for Von would be on her face and neck. “That’s gone make a total of 6 times,” she said. In another deleted tweet, she specified her tattoos’ locations, saying, “under my t**ty, across my arm, on my hand, and the side of my arm.”

“I got Von tatted 4 times today,” she said in another deleted tweet. “I’m finna make it 5, cause ya’ll ain’t nevaaaaa just take my boy like that.”

The Dallas, Texas native also owns a diamond encrusted chain made in the likeness of the late rapper.

It hasn’t been the smoothest grieving period for Asian, as she’s faced numerous criticisms for how she chooses to remember her man. 

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“I used to rock shirts with Von’s name on it,” she wrote on Twitter. “I used to wear his clothes. I used to bang his set. I talked like him since day one. I have been rapping like him. I have been ‘Queen Von/granddaughter.’ I have been posting this, man. Everything I’m doing now I been did while he was here.”

King Von, 26, was shot and killed outside of an Atlanta nightclub after an altercation. King Von was signed under Lil Durk’s Only The Family (OTF) imprint.

(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)


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