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Why JayDaYoungan Was REALLY Shot And Killed..

Why JayDaYoungan Was REALLY Shot And Killed..

While the rap industry was still pulling through from the posthumous celebration of Young Dolph’s birthday, another rapper was tragically murdered in the same way that killed him. Louisiana rapper, JayDayoungan was shot and killed right outside his home. The craziest part of Jay’s shooting is that his father was also shot. Now fans cannot help but ask what mix they may have gotten into. Keep watching till the end of this video to see Why JayDaYoungan & His Father Were REALLY Shot. Trust me; you don’t want to miss this!

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