Misharron Jermeisha Allen (December 7, 1996), better known as Asian Doll, Asian Da Brat, or simply Asian, is an American rapper. A Dallas native, she is the first female artist signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Eskimo Records.
Allen was born on December 7, 1996, to LaKeithia Lewis and Michael Allen, and was the second daughter of four children. Raised in the south side of Dallas in an area known as Park Row, Allen's early life was dealt with instability; from poverty and her father being in and out of prison. Allen had her first run-in with the law when she was 12 years old. Allen attended Skyline High School and dropped out in the 12th grade.
Her music career began with the release of Da Rise of Barbie Doll Gang Empire on December 16, 2015 and the attention from black owned social media blogs (TheShaderoom/TheNeighborhoodtalk) purposely publishing any disagreements she has for her to get bullied and bodyshamed. Other projects include Drippin in Glo (2016), Project Princess Vol. 1 (2016), OuttaSpace (2017), Kill Bill, Vol. 1 (2017) Doll SZN, So Icy Princess (2018) her eighth mixtape release UNFUCCWITABLE (May 3, 2019). She released Doll SZN Reloaded on April 8, 2020. Allen is a company owner.
In an attempt to distance herself from a group of female rappers using the stage name Doll, Allen changed her name to Asian Da Brat in 2019. The name Asian Da Brat was supposedly a reference to the veteran female rapper from Chicago, Da Brat, whose debut studio album Funkdafied was the first platinum-certified record by a female rapper. In an April 2019 interview on Hot97, Allen stated that Da Brat was a reference to the brand of girls' toys known as Bratz Dolls.
She supported Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.
In January 2021, Allen opened up about suffering depression due to the death of King Von, with whom she was in an on-and-off relationship with before his passing. A few days later, she appeared on an episode of Taraji P. Henson's show Peace of Mind with Taraji to discuss his death. Allen has five tattoos dedicated to Von.
In June 2018, Allen was arrested in New York City after getting into a fight. She was released a few hours later.
On September 4, 2020, Allen was arrested in Georgia, U.S., on drug charges. She was released on bond four days later.
In October, 2022, Allen was once again arrested in Douglas County, Georgia, due to failing to appear for the charges stemming from her September 2020 arrest as well as driving 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit and not having a valid Texas driver's license.
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