Even though his death comes as a blow and nobody wishes this tragedy, Young Dolph’s life was well-lived. The Chicago-born rapper was shot and killed on Wednesday, November 17, in Memphis.
How did Young Dolph die?
According to FOX13, the incident transpired at Makeda’s Butter Cookies. Narrating the incident, the shop owner, Maurice Hill, said his employees told him that Young Dolph walked into the store to buy cookies. Then, someone drove up and shot and shot him at the South Memphis bakery.
What is the police doing about Young Dolph’s death?
The Memphis police have launched a preliminary investigation into the killing of the rapper. Although the investigation points to Young Dolph being the victim, the identification process has not been completed.
What is Young Dolph net worth 2021?
Before his death, Young Dolph, 36, had a net worth of $3 million.
Young Dolph cars
Young Dolph had mad love for cars – and he preferred the luxury ones. He could drop a tonne of cash on the most advanced customised automobile.
Before his death, the “Preach” hitmaker created a stand-out automobile collection that exhibits his more prominent-than-life personality.
In 2018, he gave Dub Magazine access to his garage, where he showed off his super expensive fleet of camouflage cars.
Young Dolph camo cars
He had an elaborate garage, which featured camo cars; Challenger, Ferrari, G-Wagon, Demon, Wraith and Bentley. During his interview with Dub, he even boasted of ‘many other camo rides at home.’
He disclosed: “I did the G-Wagon first and loved that sh*t, and decided this was gonna be the pre sh*t and just went crazy with it,” adding, “I decided to put the camo wrap on all my cars.”
Two years after the interview, he proved he lacks nothing when it comes to cars by putting one of his cars, a Dodge Hellcat Challenger, on #ThatsMajorChallenge. Staying true to his words, he gave the car away to a lucky supporter who dominated the challenge on social media.
Young Dolph fashion sense
He spent tons of cash on his looks – owing to the famous adage, ‘dress how you want to be addressed.’ He had a costly taste in fashion, and he walked the talks.
Somewhere in 2018, he stormed a D&G store and blew thousands of dollars on clothes. Right after that expensive shopping, he took to his Instagram to disclose: “Spend 500k a year on D&G.” Yeah, that’s right!
R.I.P, Young Dolph!!!