The rap community is in mourning following the tragic and senseless death of one of its beloved members, Young Dolph.
As The Blast reported earlier, Dolph was tragically gunned down in a shooting incident in Memphis. The loved rapper was just 36 years old at the time of his passing.
Rappers Pay Tribute To Young Dolph
Following the news that Dolph lost his life, several rappers have taken to social media to pay tribute to the “100 Shots” artist.
Gucci Mane shared several photos of him and the Memphis rapper on Instagram and wrote, “Lost a real close friend today 😔❤️ R.I.P. Dolph.”
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Chance The Rapper fondly remembered Dolph’s legacy and numerous philanthropic gestures. He wrote,
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“God bless Dolph. Real independent Memphis rapper born in Chicago. Loved by millions of ppl. Always showed love every time I seen him. This is tragic God bless his family man.”
Megan Thee Stallion revealed she was in “disbelief” about the news. She sent prayers to the late rapper’s family and called him “a true legend.”
Quavo shared that news of Dolph’s demise hurt while “Whole Lotta Money” rapper BIA confessed that his death hit close to home. She shared:
IM hurt. My house LOVES DOLPH this one hits hard! Praying for his family and all his loved ones. He was so humble man this is bulls—t [sic]
Cordae sent well wishes to his family, especially his cousins Key Glock.
Singer Monica Denise uploaded a video of her and Dolph alongside a screenshot of their last FaceTime call yesterday. Her emotional statement read:
My heart is shattered! I had no idea that last night would be the last time I saw your face! I told you, you were my brother & that’s how it will remain FOREVER ADOLPH.
Denise concluded her tribute, sending love to his wife and kids.
Details Surrounding Dolph’s Death
As we previously covered, Dolph died after being shot in his hometown of Memphis. The rapper was at the store, Makeda’s Cookies, when the incident happened.
The establishment owner Maurice Hill told authorities that Dolph came in to buy cookies when a vehicle drove in front of the store and fired shots at him.
Hours before the shooting, photos showed Dolph posing in front of his camo Dodge Hellcat. The vehicle was later seen in a location blocked off with yellow tape.
Before his devastating passing, Dolph had seven studio albums to his name, all of which he had exclusive rights for.
The famed rapper proved to be an exception as he never signed to a record label but managed to achieve immense success.
For most of his career, he was involved in a heated feud with fellow rapper Yo Gotti. However, nothing has tied the “Rake It Up” artist to the shooting.
R.I.P Young Dolph. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones!