Asian Doll Trashes Metropolis Ladies – Says a person posted all of their hits

Asian Doll has been in the headlines quite a bit in the past few days, mostly because of her battle with the City girl Member, JT. According to Hot New Hip Hop, JT has come under fire for some of their old tweets Asian doll was on the news for her public, who mourned King Von who was shot earlier this year.

According to the outlet, Asian Doll and JT are now fighting publicly. It all reportedly started with Asian Doll posting a verse from Megan Thee Stallion’s song “Do It O The Tip” on their IG Live. Fans believe Asian Doll should be on the song, but City Girls replaced her at the last minute.

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Asian Doll later explained that a song she made “in her sleep” was not particularly important to her. She also claimed that she and Megan Thee Stallion still hit it off. You can check out some of the beef in the following tweet:

JT vs Asian Doll ???? pic.twitter.com/On6QV4NORl

– Rap room for women (@FemaleRapRoom) December 20, 2020

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The argument apparently only ended last night, but Asian Doll has since reached out to her IG Live to say that none of the City Girls members could even get close to her, at least not “in the dressing room” like her put it. Doll went on to say that City Girls never wrote their hits either.

Asian Doll claimed City Girls had never written the song “Act Up,” reported Hot New Hip Hop. A man wrote it. The rapper described the Miami duo as everyone talking without the skills to support themselves.

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In addition, Asian Doll speculated that she was removed from another song with the Miami couple because she “washed them”.

As mentioned above, Asian Doll only hit the headlines last month because of the death of King Von, a rapper she was briefly in a relationship with.

DJ Akademiks, among others, later argued that Asian Doll was only doing this out of “clout”, and many people close to King Von had stated that he didn’t even like her.

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