It was a relative quiet on social media on Saturday (December 19, 2020) until Asian Doll (real name Misharron Allen) decided it was a good day to point out her feature had been edited from Megan thee Stallion‘s “Do It on the Tip” single from her recently release Good News album.
Asian’s decision to pipe up spiraled into an all-out online brawl that not only ended the friendship between the two rappers but also created furthered bad blood with Asian and the City Girls‘ JT (Jativia Johnson) and Yung Miami (Caresha Brownlee), who have never been taking low level shots at each other for the past two years.
#asiandoll plays unreleased verse that was supposed to be on Megan thee stallion album for the song called “do it on the tip” but her verse was removed and was replaced by the #citygirls instead #hiphopmusic #celebritynews #celebritygossip #entertainment #megantheestallion pic.twitter.com/q887vyuhdq— Dolltabletalk (@dolltabletalk) December 19, 2020
The mess kicked off when Asian played a recording of her feature (above) from the song on Instagram Live where she stated she was supposed to be on the song but was edited out and replaced by the City Girls for unknown reasons.
#jt and #asiandoll are going back in forth on Twitter and these ain’t even all the tweets chileeeee.. more info to come …… #celebritynews #celebritygossip #citygirls #megantheestallion #rapbeef #hiphopmusic #entertainment #blogger pic.twitter.com/VceFQN48qi— Dolltabletalk (@dolltabletalk) December 21, 2020
JT speaks on Asian Doll and Do It On The Tip pic.twitter.com/L3De0DoP87— Female Rap Room (@FemaleRapRoom) December 20, 2020
JT of the City Girls then jumped in on Twitter (above) where she complained that Asian being removed from songs was nothing new and as per usual Asian was only mentioning Megan’s song to drum up attention. Naturally, Yung Miami jumped in to back up JT on Twitter where she wrote, “Just cause you rap hard and talk about killing nobody scared cause I aint!!!!!!!!!”
Taking a two prong attack, JT jumped on Instagram Live where she responded to Asian’s accusation that the the City Girls success wasn’t based on rhyming but rather through rapping about sexually provocative topics. JT explained, “I’m a super rapper for real. And you’ll never on trying to mother f*cking prove I’m a super rapper. I’m a feature killer!”
Firing back, Asian brought up JT’s on-again-off-again romance with Lil Yachty (real name Miles McCollum) stating with her full chest, “YOU ALMOST 30 CHASING UZI AROUND BITCH GO TO HELL.” In defense of her friend, Yung fired back, “Only thing a bitch can ever throw at JT is Uzi!!!!” adding, “She ain’t gotta chase shit!”
Producer Lil Ju Made Da Beat, who made song’s beat, entered the chat on Twitter where he pushed back on claims the beat was sent first to Asian. He wrote, “I made that beat for Megan. Megan sent that beat to her anticipating a remix. I don’t even have contact with Asian Doll to send her beats.
As the beef began to trend, Megan finally chimed in on Twitter. Leaving open a lot of questions first and foremost why Asian wasn’t included, she cryptically wrote, “I hate that all of this is getting so blown out of proportion,” she wrote in another deleted tweet. “It was never as deep as the comments made it seem.”
Megan thee Stallion and Asian Doll tweet each other after Asian Doll’s argument with JT pic.twitter.com/kDtsXZluS8— Female Rap Room (@FemaleRapRoom) December 20, 2020
Hurt by the prolonged silence of Megan, who Asian viewed as a legit friend, she responded on Twitter (above), “We was real friends f*ck rap you should’ve said some yesterday & cleared shit up but NO you let that hoe get in your ear & and you don’t even kno that hoe.”
Putting the the blame on Asian for her quick temper and confirming she was once featured on the song, Megan wrote, “You kno I don’t even like all this internet sh*t. You blow shit out of proportion bc you a f*cking hot head. You played the song on live that was that … what do I need to clear up?”
Asian followed up on Instagram Live where she insisted Megan should have checked the City Girls much sooner.
Asian Doll says Megan thee Stallion didn’t speak up for her during the argument with JT/City Girls the way she would’ve done for Meg if the roles were reversed pic.twitter.com/zn4xDtDrRt— Female Rap Room (@FemaleRapRoom) December 21, 2020