Asian Doll and JT of the City Girls spent Sunday (December 20) trading shots on Twitter, less than one day after Asian Doll cleared up rumors she was taken off Megan Thee Stallion’s “Do It On The Tip” and replaced by City Girls.
“I WANNA ACTUALLY FIGHT,” Asian tweeted. “yeah I’m gang gang how whatever you wanna call it remember IM THE ONLU RAP BITCH THAT ACTUALLY BEAT THE SHIT OUTTA RAP BITCHES.”
The origins of the issues seemingly began after Asian Doll hosted an Instagram Live session on Friday (December 18). She played her unreleased verse from “Do It On The Tip,” detailing how she had the beat first before Megan would add City Girls for the Good News album track.
Fans began speculating Asian Doll was “replaced” on the track, but she tweeted and later deleted her response, highlighting how she and Megan were still cool regardless.
“Me & Megan still friends,” she tweeted. “idgaf about no song I did in my sleep.”
Fans soon began throwing JT’s name into the mix, prompting Asian Doll to attempt to clarify things.
“If Jt ain’t say my name then she wasn’t talking to me,” Asian wrote on Twitter Saturday (December 19). “Stop being messy cause what I said was between me & Megan !”
On Sunday, feelings switched up between the two parties as they traded shots back and forth with Asian Doll bringing up JT’s relationship with Lil Uzi Vert and the City Girls’ rapper touting chart success. JT later deleted her series of tweets, but Asian Doll continued on the offensive and said the only way to settle it was with a fight.
“Caresha let them think whatever!” JT responded to her fellow City Girl Yung Miami. “Delete them tweets & move on cause it’s seriously confusing at this point!”
Later, Asian Doll turned her attention back to the Grammy Award-nominated “Savage” rapper, suggesting the friendship isn’t a friendship anymore.
“We was real friends,” Asian tweeted. “Fuck rap you Should’ve said some yesterday & cleared shit up but NO you let that hoe get in your ear & you don’t even kno that hoe.”
She added, “Instead of saying some you hop on her live. But I was your shoulder to cry on huh? I had your back when the world didn’t huh? I went against my nigga for our friendship huh? Bet.”
Megan ultimately took to Twitter Sunday and insisted the perceived issues aren’t that serious.
“I hate that all of this is getting so blown out of proportion,” she wrote in a since-deleted tweet. “It was never as deep as the comments made it seem. Asian you kno me better than that you kno I don’t even like all this internet shit.
“You blow shit out of proportion bc you a fucking hot head. You played the song on live that was that … what do I need to clear up ? this is dumb.”
Megan’s Good News album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart with over 100,000 total album-equivalent units sold.
Asian Doll has been relatively peaceful while also mourning the loss of her former boyfriend King Von. In another episode of “fans amplifying something that isn’t true,” she once more reiterated how the late Chicago rapper didn’t have any issues with YoungBoy Never Broke Again.