Last night, former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson (formerly Chad Ochocinco) inquired about Detroit rapper Kash Doll on Twitter, and her fans weren’t really here for it.
The former Cincinnati Bengals player tweeted, “I wonder what Kash Doll is doing?”
Some of Kash Doll’s fans and people on social media weren’t too happy about Johnson’s inquiry. Some of them commented that Johnson needed to “chill”.
The Shade Room posted about his inquiry on Instagram, and the responses were also about the same. Many people’s comments alluded to Johnson’s alleged previous domestic violence incident with his ex-wife reality TV star Evelyn Lozada.
One Instagram user, @nuk_skywalker said, “Probably somewhere not getting headbutted.”
Another user, @simplyshy wrote, “he got a hitting problem.”
Another Instagram user, @Jeyceon_mom_ said, “Minding her damn business because she a different breed, she’ll end up killing you if you ever head butted her.”
Check out the myriad of other comments below.
In 2012, Johnson was arrested for allegedly headbutting and abusing Lozada in their infamous domestic dispute. Photos were taken of the reality TV star by the Davie Police in Florida showing Lozada to have a three-inch laceration on her forehead.
As for Kash Doll, she’s currently on tour with Meek Mill and will be performing in Denver tomorrow, and Chicago and Detroit, later on this week.
The “Ice Me Out” rapper also unintentionally ended up in a bit of Instagram drama when she shared a photo of herself and rapper Asian Doll’s alleged boyfriend.
An Instagram user, @officialamahree pointed out to the artist that the man she was posing with was Asian Doll’s boyfriend and the Detroit rapper deleted the photograph. Following Kash Doll’s post, Asian Doll got on Twitter and tweeted, “Let another b**** upload my n****& it’s gone be BUSSIN.”
Kash Doll wanted to provide some clarity and retweeted a blog’s commentary about Asian Doll’s comment and said, “She not talking to me…”
The rapper then went on to say leave her out of the drama, and that she doesn’t has an issue with “none” of the dolls and that she wishes them the best. Check out her tweets below.
Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan