King Von’s Ex Asian Da Brat tweets a heartbreaking message after his death.

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AsianDaBrat has spoken out after the death of her ex-boyfriend, the Chicago rapper King Von.

Dallas-born Asian Da Brat, who traded under the stage name Asian Doll until 2019, published a cryptic tweet after Von’s death hit the headlines on Friday. “I wanna die 2 Shid it feel like I’m already to be dead”, she wrote together with emoticons with broken hearts and peace signs.

The Asians Da Brat and Von were a couple for a while before they broke up in a romantic way in August. In the months that followed, however, they stayed close, and in early October fans thought the couple would reconcile again after Von posted a series of tweets about being in love. Asian Da Brat also wrote a tweet in October in which she referred to Von as her “husband. However, this was deleted after a picture Von posted on October 5 in his Instagram Stories, in which he claimed that he was “still single.

Despite their separation, AsianDaBrat fans still flooded her with condolences on social media after they learned of Von’s death.

“Asian I kno its nothing nobody can really say to you that’s gonna make this time easier for you. I just want to say that I am very sorry you lost, he loved u Asian and he will watch over you, make him proud, keep his name alive, he will live on through you, his family, his fans, his friend,” one fan wrote in response to Asian Da Brat’s tweet on Friday.

Asian I know that there is nothing that can really be told you that will make this time easier for you. I just want to say that I am very sorry that you lost him. He loved you and he will take care of you, make him proud, keep his name alive, he will live on through you, his family, his fans, his friend.

– Chenelle__. (@thtgirl_cc) November 6, 2020

“2020 is not the year at all,” the person tweeted and added: “Keep your head up Asian we love youuuu”.

2020 is not the year at allðððHead up Asian we love youuuuuð¥ºð¥ºð¥ºð¥ºð

– Rikaaâï¸ð . (@Rikaarikaa21) November 6, 2020

Another fan wrote: “Omg Asian, we love you so much. for which I pray so much. For you tonight. I send the angels of healing and strength on your path in this difficult time.”

Omg Asian, we love you so muchð¥ºð¥¥º I pray so much for you tonightðð¾ðð¾. I send the angels of healing and strength to your wayððð

– á’á’ɪá’Ê á’Êá’ ÊɪÊÊÉɪá’ɒɒɪÊá’. (@SMeior) November 6, 2020

Von, whose real name was Dayvon Daquan Bennett, was among the many who were hit by bullets after a shootout broke out in the early hours of Friday morning at the Hookah Lounge in Monaco, Atlanta. Two people were fatally hit while several others were injured, including one person who was reportedly hit by a vehicle outside the venue.

Hip-hop personality and commentator DJ Akademiks confirmed the death of 26-year-old Von in an Instagram post and noted that Von’s manager was also shot during the debacle and is currently recovering in hospital.

“It is with great sadness that I must confirm that #kingvon has passed away. I spoke with his manager, who fortunately survived the gunshot wound and is currently recovering in the hospital. The manager of confirmed, however, that Von was shot and did not make it. RIP King Von,” Akademiks wrote.

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With great sadness I have to confirm that #kingvon has passed away. I spoke with his manager, who fortunately survived the gunshot wound and is currently recovering in hospital. Von manager confirmed however that Von was shot and did not survive. ð¢ RIP King Von

A joint contribution by DJ Akademiks (@akademiks) on 6 November 2020 at 9:25 PST

Von’s Welcome to O’Block was released in October and was the follow-up to his successful debut album Levon James, which reached number 36 on the Billboard 200.

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