Asian doll and Lord Gisselle seem to trade phrases a couple of sexual publish about King Von. the tip

At this point, most people should know that Asian Doll is no small game when it comes to King Von’s name and legacy. After Instagram influencer Lord Gisselle posted a sexual post related to the late rapper, subliminal messages flew through social accounts.

Lord Gisselle, whose real name is allegedly Aileen Gisselle, is the former girlfriend of boxer Devin Haney and a social media influencer with over 298,000 followers on Instagram alone. On Friday night, she posted a post on her Instagram story and a feed with a meme that names the late King Von. The post read: “If I die, you better shave, I owe King of something a **.” She didn’t add any extra words, emojis, or stickers to the Instagram story post. She just kept the caption in the feed post with two emojis: the smiling face and the relieved face.

Shortly after, Asian Doll hopped on Twitter to vent her thoughts, which led fans to connect the dots with Lord Gisselle’s posts.

“When I see she hit her on God,” tweeted Asian Doll.

She followed up these threatening words with a tweet with over five derogatory words from th * t to sl * t to d * ck isst a * sh * e. When another Twitter user suggested that she “stop worrying about others” and “focus” on herself, Asian explained her previous tweets.

“I’m just sad to see this man’s name appear in so many bullsh * th ** s that it’s cool to post funny quotes about Von,” tweeted Asian Doll. “B ** ch, this real life ain’t funny, it’s no joke to seek attention that a ** h ** seeks, wouldn’t say he was here, they agreed to eat ** k private. “

The tweets didn’t live long on the platform as Asian Doll apparently deleted them. The rapper didn’t name Lord Gisselle either. Even so, Lord Gisselle must have heard of Asian Doll’s words as she apparently replied late on Friday night.

First, she made a post on her Instagram story saying “Not y’all mad over a fkn repost” along with three smiling face emojis. Then Lord Gisselle kept the shadow train going with another post with a TikTok video by Jayda Cheaves, in which he talked about not being able to post on social media because she “could land on a blog.” Next, she posted a picture of herself with the City Girls song “Take Yo Man”.

Like Asian Doll, Lord Gisselle didn’t name anyone in her posts, but fans speculated that given her timing and the words used, the news was related.

Furious! Roommate, what do you think? Did Asian Doll and Gisselle target each other in their posts?

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