Memphis seems to be getting heated as an aftermath of Young Dolph’s killing on Wednesday.
According to reports by ABC24 Memphis, tragedy struck again at Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies, the store where Dolph was gunned down.
During a memorial service organized by fans outside the organization, a gunshot went off scattering the crowd. A recording of the video showed the residents dropping flowers and balloons outside the cookie store when a loud sound went off.
The crowd soon dispersed. Per the publication, the gunshot fired injured one man and he has since been taken to the hospital. Luckily, he didn’t suffer any critical injuries.
Two people were arrested on the spot in connection to the shooting while the third suspect was apprehended after a short chase. The second shooting comes moments after the Memphis Police published photos of the suspects from Young Dolph’s shooting.
Young Dolph Tragically Passed At 36
As The Blast reported yesterday, the beloved Memphis rapper lost his life after he was gunned down at Makeda’s Cookies. The “Talking To My Scale” rapper was purchasing some cookies for his mother when the incident happened.
A car reportedly pulled up to the store and fired shots at the rapper, tragically ending his life. Outside the store, Dolph’s camo Corvette Stingray was seen parked and hours before his death he posted a photo sitting on the vehicle.
In a recent update about the case, the surveillance footage from the shop showed that two men were responsible for shooting the artist.
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The stills from the footage showed the gunmen dressed in grey sweatpants, hats, and black jackets while wearing nose masks to cover their faces. The two individuals reportedly carried a pistol and a Draco AK-47 pistol and drove away from the scene in a light-colored Mercedes Benz.
In light of Dolph’s shooting, Makeda’s Cookies has since been shut temporarily but customers can still support the business by sending Cashapp donations.
Yo Gotti’s Restaurant Protected By Authorities
While Dolph was alive, his feud with Yo Gotti was no secret so it came as no surprise that many suspected him of having a hand in the incident.
— ABC24 Memphis (@ABC24Memphis) November 18, 2021
Yo Gotti and his team have been said to be involved in the other shootings Dolph escaped in the past. While nothing has tied the “Rake It Up” rapper to Dolph’s murder, authorities fear there might be some sort of retaliation brewing.
Gotti’s restaurant, Prive, also located in Memphis has since been guarded by the Memphis Police as they work hard to bring some stability to the city.