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King Von’s Ex Asian Doll Shares Heartbreaking Message After His Death: ‘I’m Not Strong Enough’

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King VonKing Von's Ex Asian Doll Shares Heartbreaking Message After His Death: 'I'm Not Strong Enough'

King Von’s Ex Asian Doll Shares Heartbreaking Message After His Death: ‘I’m Not Strong Enough’

Chicago rapper King Von (born Dayvon Daquan Bennett) died at age 26 after being shot at an Atlanta nightclub, and his ex girlfriend Asian Doll took to social media to mourn the loss of her loved one.

“I’ll never be the same I just hope you visit me in all my dreams I just wanna sleep so I can picture us again I just wanna close my eyes & never open then again…. Von I’m gone,” she tweeted on Friday (Nov. 6) with a heartbroken emoji.

“My heart is gone I’m just a empty soul in a human body I rather die then to feel this pain I CANT TAKE IT IM NOT STRONG ENOUGH VON,” she continued.

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She also took to Instagram to post heart wrenching photos and videos of the duo posing, with their arms wrapped around each other. “Come Hold Me Again Von…. I Can’t Do It Without You I’m Empty I Just Wanna Close My Eyes & Never Open Them Again,” she wrote.

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In another longer, emotional message, she added. “Been through hell & back & I’ll do it ALL again over & over for centuries. Von you showed me I had a heart I finally found myself & was at peace with myself & everything we was going through I was holding that shit down cause we KNEW how the outcome it was gone be okayyyyyy I was gone ride til I died ….. ima lost soul somebody help me.”

See Asian Doll’s posts here and here.

Von was reportedly hospitalized in critical condition early Friday morning following a shootout at the Monaco Hookah Lounge in Atlanta, which resulted in the deaths of three men, according to a police report.

He was best known for his urgent, sing-song style on tracks such as breakout single “Crazy Story” and the 2020 autobiographical tale of his legal travails, “What It’s Like.” He subsequently released two more versions of “Crazy Story” in 2020.

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