Asian Doll Cuts Ties With Bhad Bhabie for Disrespecting Black Community
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The Dallas female rapper calls out the 'Hi Bich' lyricist for suggesting black women are not allowed to wear straight hair if she can't wear box braids following cultural appropriation accusation.

AceShowbiz - Asian Doll has had enough of Bhad Bhabie (Danielle Bregoli). The female rapper who was featured in Bhabie's "Hi Bich Remix" is distancing herself from the 16-year-old star. "Y'all fw whoever popular. I fw whoever solid," she said.

The "Unfuccwitable" lyricist took to Twitter to call out Bhabie after the latter cursed out black women in foul-mouthed rants. The Dallas native said she's no longer friends with Bhabie because the "Hi Bich" rapper had disrespected black community.

"Don't associate me ever with @BhadBhabie EVER," Doll informed her online devotees. "All ties has been cut." The 22-year-old hip-hop star added, "This b***h has lost her mind speaking & disrespecting the black community the way she did."

To those who kept asking her to save Bhabie from the mess, the star whose real name is Misharron Jermeisha Allen said, "Stop tagging me saying 'get your friend' She was Eva that just a lil girl who looked up to me I can no longer protect her [shrug]."

Bhad Bhabie recently announced her plan to quit the industry, move out of Hollywood, and return to her hometown in Florida. She, however, insisted she didn't do anything wrong, "Im too real nobody can handle the truth and if I'm being attack(ed) for something imma tell the damn truth about it and y'all can't handle that."

The whole mess started when she vented her frustrations after being accused of cultural appropriation for wearing box braids. "How am I appropriating anything?" she argued. "Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought for someone to b culturally appropriating something they had to have bashed it on some one of the cultural that created it and I know for a fact I've never did anything like that."

Things got worse when she suggested that, since she couldn't wear box braids, black women were not allowed to wear straight hair either. "I hope y'all bald-headed h**s stay up all night thinking bout this. Me and my braids gonna sleep real good," she ranted.

She quickly clarified herself, "First of all my comment was NOT directed towards ALL black women who wear straight hair only Towards the black women who were saying I was trying to b black bc I was wearing braids." She continued, "I didn't call black women bald-headed either… and no I do not personally feel offended if black women wear a straight wig."

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