“Iight let me go get Von tatted on my face,” she wrote.
Followers of the Dallas native were quick to reply and implore her to think a little more about it.
“u doing too much now,” one fan wrote, while another said, Not ya face. maybe ya back or ya arm. Hell even ya hand but not ya face that’s ya money maker!”
Another fan added, “NO . you got his name tatted enough. no more face tattoos. i wish i would’ve knew you was getting mymy i would’ve said hell nah . he know you know we know it was all love .”
After seeing the influx of tweets, Asian Doll thanked her fans for caring so much about her well-being.
“Y’all be so concerned about me I love y’all,” she wrote.
Following Von’s death in Atlanta on November 6, Asian Doll accused the rapper’s friends of abandoning him during his final moments.
“Von’s last words ‘y’all let them n-ggas get up on me,” she wrote on Twitter days later. “stop crying y’all let them get me. Y’all left my boy when he was unarmed & he would’ve hawked mfs down for them & spent AGAIN & AGAIN & AGAIN sh*t crazy I knew my boy HEART & LOYALTY wasn’t deserved he OK tho.”
The post sparked a war of words with Von’s manager and 100K Management CEO Jameson Francois, who called her tweets “goofy shit” and refuted her claims.