New developments have been made regarding the murder of Young Dolph after photos of his suspected killers surfaced.
Thursday morning (November 18), Fox13 Memphis reported that the Memphis Police Department was looking for two suspects in the murder of the Chicago-born, Memphis-raised rapper, who was killed on Wednesday (November 17). The media shared two still images, presumably from surveillance footage, which very clearly show two men.
One of the men wears a dark hoodie, gray sweatpants and a medical mask holding what looks like an assault rifle. The other man, wearing a black hat, black hoodie, and gray sweatpants, holds a gun and appears to be shooting the gun, presumably in the window of Makeda’s Homemade Cookies where Dolph was when he was. was shot at around 1 p.m. see photos at the bottom of this article.
Local Memphis outlets were at the crime scene yesterday in the parking lot of Makeda’s Homemade Cookies. The owner of the establishment told Fox13 that his employees said Dolph came to buy cookies when someone drove in, shot and killed the rapper. He had come to the cookie store a week before making a cookie purchase as well.
The investigation into the death of Young Dolph is ongoing.
Shortly after the news of the Tennessee rhymer’s death, rumors began to spread that Memphis’s Prive restaurant, owned by Yo Gotti’s mother, and Blac Youngsta’s grandmother’s home had been slaughtered. However, these allegations were subsequently denounced.
Four years before Dolph’s death, he was involved in a shooting in Los Angeles in September 2017 outside the Shoe Palace. Although he suffered injuries, his life was not in danger.
In February 2017, Young Dolph’s black SUV was riddled with 100 bullets while the rapper was in Charlotte, North Carolina for the CIAA weekend. No one was in the armored vehicle and no injuries were reported.
Blac Youngsta was later arrested in connection with the latest shooting, along with two other people, after arrest warrants were issued against their arrest. The seven counts Youngsta faced – six counts of unloading a gun on occupied property and one count of criminal conspiracy – were ultimately dropped.
XXL contacted the Memphis Police Department and representatives for Young Dolph for comment.