Asian Doll Thanks Lil Durk For Clearing Her Name In King Von’s Death

Lil Durk came to Asian Doll’s defense during a recent interview.

BYCole Blake
Asian Doll Thanks Lil Durk For Clearing Her Name In King Von’s Death

Asian Doll took a moment to thank Lil Durk on Twitter, Wednesday, for clearing her name in the death of King Von. Durk spoke about the late Chicago rapper's death during a new interview with DJ Akademiks. In a clip shared by Asian Doll on Twitter, he remarked that she had "nothing to do with it."

"Appreciate you Durk for clearing my name," she quote-tweeted the video. "I been waiting on this for a lil min & it mean a lot coming from you ion really care about wat nobody think but this was much needed [100 emoji] thank you a lot."

Read More: Asian Doll Slams King Von Documentary

Asian Doll & King Von

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

Fans shared their support for Asian Doll in the replies to her tweet. One wrote: "Let me break it down for you slow people. He basically letting y'all know you been attacking this girl for so long for no reason SHE IS NOT THE REASON VON WAS HARMED or THE REASON STUFF POPPED OFF. Y'all as his fans or whatever truly owe this girl a apology how y'all did her." Doll retweeted another fan who replied: "You deserved it! No matter how long it took you finally got your name cleared up that’s ALL that matters [100 emoji] the real knew what it was!"

Elsewhere in the discussion, Durk labeled the killing of Von as an incident “that changed everybody’s lives irreparably.” “Yeah, that shit fucked everybody up, boy, when a real gangsta get took out by a nerd type,” he added in reference to Lul Tim.

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Asian Doll Thanks Lil Durk

Further speaking with Akademiks, Durk also touched on his long-standing feud with NBA Youngboy. YoungBoy recently traded shots with Durk online while trying to release his newest mixtape, Richest Opp, on the same day as Durk initially planned to drop his new album, Almost Healed.


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