|Appears in||Saints Row|
Saints Row 2
|Family||Johnny Gat (Boyfriend)|
Aisha Brutella (genetic clone)
|Affiliations||3rd Street Saints|
Kingdom Come Records (record label)
|Occupation(s)||Professional R&B Singer|
|Voiced by||Sy Smith|
Aisha was Stilwater's "local girl done good." She had experienced a meteoric rise that had taken her from the slums of Saint's Row to a promising career in the R&B music industry. Aisha released 2 CDs, "Avarice", which was her debut album, and "The Other Six" which spawned three hit singles: "Bounce Like My Checks", "Leave The Ho" and "Don't Fuck Me Like I'm Your Wife".
Aisha was signed with Kingdom Come Records; a company that served as the public front for the Vice Kings. To her horror, she learned that the glamorous life isn't all that cracked up as it was supposed to be, as she related tales of extortion and manipulation to her sometime boyfriend, Johnny Gat, in the hope that he would somehow help her get out of the music business.
Johnny's plan was to fake Aisha's death, but in typical Gat fashion, his plan included destroying the Kingdom Come Records building with a car bomb. Aisha had a younger sister that The Protagonist rescued from a Vice King human trafficking plot presumably created by Tanya Winters to gain more workers for her brothel in Prawn Court.
After her "death", Benjamin King told Warren Williams to throw together a memorial box set, claiming that fans will "Eat that shit up". This box set was named "Lazarus Girl" and contained both albums, a CD of unreleased studio tracks, a DVD and an Aisha T-Shirt.
Saints Row 2Edit
Several years later, Aisha is a more mature woman. She barely ever leaves her house anymore, as she is still faking her death to the public. She lives with Gat, who prides himself on being her protector. When the 3rd Street Saints were busy taking care of the Ronin, Aisha's life was once again put in danger when Gat brought in a spying Ronin member into her house to question, though he quickly killed him when no information was given. Ronin lieutenant Jyunichi saw Gat and Aisha getting rid of the corpse and thereby found a weakness in the Saints.
Jyunichi later held Aisha hostage at her house and interrogated her about the Ronin's stolen casino money. Unbeknown to Jyunichi, Gat and The Protagonist were headed to the house during this. When both were coming in, Jyunichi asked her to be silent and she wouldn't be harmed.
When he drew his katana out, she needlessly sacrificed herself by yelling to Gat of the Ronin's presence, although Gat already suspected that something was amiss. Jyunichi spun around and decapitated her with his sword. Gat lost the fight and was critically wounded. The Protagonist and another gang member took Gat to the hospital while fighting off hordes of Ronin. During the car chase, Johnny mumbled about Aisha, claiming he had to save her and protect her.
After this, Gat blamed himself for her death, but eventually accepted her fate after getting some closure by burying Shogo alive when he disrupted Aisha's funeral.
Pierce singing "Bounce Like My Checks"
- Aisha's appearance and career bear a resemblance to multiple, real life, female R&B/hip-hop singers.
- Her posthumous album Lazarus Girl is a reference to the biblical Lazarus who rose from the dead.
Saints Row 2 Edit
- In the opening cutscene, one of the guards claim his daughter sits in her room listening to Aisha albums all day and the other guard jokes about how a 'dead' woman is still selling albums.
- A civilian can be heard saying that Aisha's head was being sold on eBay, referring to the fact that she was decapitated.
- There is a Radio ad for her new album, featuring two people talking, who say: "Did you hear Aisha's new album?" "Isn't she dead?" "Yes but this one is remixes of her albums".
- A framed poster for Aisha's album "The Other Six" showing the album's back cover artwork can be seen on the upstairs wall of University Loft if the Overall Style is set to Classy. The same posters can be found on a bus stop in the southern part of Stilwater University District, near an ad for Eye for an Eye and an old Marshall Winslow campaign ad. A poster of the albums front cover artwork can be seen on the walls of Aisha's home during various cutscenes.
- In Down Payment, there is a Zomkah parked outside of Aisha's house. It is possible that it is Aisha's car as a Zomkah was her personal vehicle in Saints Row.
Saints Row: The Third Edit
- An advert can be heard on the radio about an upcoming movie about Aisha and Johnny's relationship and faking her death.
- During the mission "Steelport Here I Am:[which?], Pierce asks The Protagonist about Johnny, to which some voices[which?] will reply, "He used to be able to take a bullet in the leg and keep walking; that all changed after Aisha died..."
- In The Trouble With Clones DLC for Saints Row: The Third, Jimmy Torbitson creates an Aisha clone, Aisha Brutella, who appears in the second mission, and is available as a homie.
- According to Female Voice 3[when?], Pierce's singing is okay, but that he is no Aisha, indicating she was far more talented a singer. Pierce later sings Aisha's song "Bounce Like My Checks" while dressed like Aisha in Tour de Farce to lure out Gat's clone. Pierce is one of the few Saints members in Saints Row 2 to have met Aisha before her death.
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