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Chicago OG Jojo Capone Drops The Real About Young Dolph's Death!

Chicago OG Jojo Capone stopped by The Hip Hop Uncensored Podcast to talk about the recent death of Young Dolph and should rappers leave the Hood For Good!Young Dolph was reportedly shot and killed in Memphis on Wednesday (November 17). According to a tweet from the Memphis Police Department, officers are on the scene of a shooting where one male victim was pronounced dead.

The victim was later identified as 36-year-old Young Dolph by eyewitnesses who were apparently in the area when the shooting took place.FOX13 reporter Jeremy Pierre shared additional photos of the chaotic scene and was able to later confirm Young Dolph’s identity as well.

“On the scene of a shooting on Airways,” he tweeted. “I’m hearing Memphis rapper may be a victim in the shooting. “Shooting happened at Makeda’s Cookies.”The owner of Makeda’s Cookies, Maurice Hill, said his employees told him Young Dolph walked into the store to buy cookies Wednesday afternoon. Someone pulled up in a vehicle and opened fire, killing him.

Young Dolph has been targeted by gun violence numerous times in the past. In 2017, he was shot and left in a critical but stable condition after an argument in Hollywood. That same year, over 100 shots were fired at Young Dolph‘s SUV in Charlotte, North Carolina where he was due to perform during the CIAA sports tournament. #youngdolph #youngdolphshot #youngdolphdead #memphisnews #youngdolphdead2021 #rapper youngdolphdead

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