On Ya Head

DreamDoll Claps Back at Tory Lanez with 'On Ya Head' Diss

  /  01.29.2019

In the midst of Tory Lanez and Don Q’s beef, DreamDoll is firing back.

Lanez mentioned the “Love & Hip Hop: New York” star on his Don Q diss “Don Queen.” “You paid DreamDoll for a feature to get the pussy / And somehow you think you fuckin’ with me,” he raps. “The first night I seen DreamDoll I fucked her for free / And now you walk around like somehow you got one up on me.”

DreamDoll was clearly not happy that she was dragged into the beef and has clapped back with her own diss aimed at Tory called “On Ya Head.” Over 50 Cent’s “I’ll Whip Ya Head Boy” instrumental, she details her sexual encounter with the Toronto rapper.


“The same night I met Tory, had him eating my box / Eating my ass and try to suck my feet through my socks,” she raps. “Don’t ever say my name on a record / You tryna get props? / ‘Cause the day I feel disrespected, I make you my opps.”

She also claims that Lanez wanted a threesome with another man. “Only ni**a I ever fucked that wanted a threesome with another ni**a,” she continues. “You heard right, another ni**a / That lean having you lean fiend and you buggin’, ni**a / You insecure, let me hug this ni**a.”

Plus, she denies having sex with Don Q (“I never fucked my bro Don / What the fuck you sayin’?”) and references Tory’s upcoming European tour with Drake (“You finally got a tour with Drizzy, now keep his dick out of your mouth”).

Following Tory’s “Don Queen” diss, Don Q responded with a second diss called “This Is Your King,” which can be heard below.


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