She later replied to another user’s tweet that stated “That King Von documentary is so long, I went to sleep and woke back up and he was still killing people,” to which Asian Doll responded, “B*tch shut yo police a*s up.”
The documentary premiered on April 7, but YouTube removed the documentary shortly thereafter citing multiple issues with content. The documentary has since been re-uploaded to the platform after Ross blurred out guns and drug paraphernalia, he said. He has also “switched up a few of his theories to appease YouTube censors,” according to TMZ.
Born Dayvon Daquan Bennett, King Von was killed after he and his entourage were involved in an altercation with Quando Rondo’s entourage outside of an Atlanta nightclub. The exchange quickly turned physical and resulted in gunfire. Von was shot multiple times and was rushed to a local hospital where he died three days later. He was 26.
Von and Asian Doll dated up until the time he was killed. In an interview shortly after his death, she said that “when they said he was in critical condition, he had already passed away,” she said on Taraji P. Henson’s Facebook show Peace of Mind. “Somebody from the hospital got in contact with me — one of the nurse’s daughters — and she was just crying on the phone. She was like, ‘Asian I’m so sorry…my grandma works at the hospital. He passed away, they put an X on his bag.’ So, once they said he was dead on social media, I already knew.”