- A video filmed in a gas station has appeared that captures the last moments of the American rapper Young Dolph
- The clip showed rapper Cut It refueling his vehicle before going to the cookie shop where he was fatally shot.
- Tributes came to the 36-year-old rapper who left his wife and two children
Images have come to light of the last moments of the American rapper Young Dolph before his fatal shooting.
The video, shared by TMZ, showed the late rapper famous for appearing on OT Genasis’ Cut it, refueling his supercar.
Dolph’s last moments
Dolph was seen in his Corvette Stingray wrapped in camouflage at a gas station in his hometown of Memphis before he was shot and killed in a cookie shop.
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The footage, captured by a motorist at the neighboring bomb, showed Dolph in a yellow T-shirt, jeans and a cap.
According to eyewitness statements, the rapper went straight from the gas station to the cookie shop where a gunman opened fire with an AK 47 rifle and a pistol, killing the father of two 36-year-old sons.
The rapper had planned to attend his annual Thanksgiving giveaway in his old neighborhood before learning of his death.
Tributes came to the slain rapper from the hip-hop community, with Meghan Thee Stallion stating:
“Everyone who knows me knows that I play this man’s music every day! He was so genuine, so real, so kind to me. Rest in peace with a true legend.”
Migos rapper Quavo wrote on Twitter:
“In my feelings. This one hurt RIP Dolph. ”
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In other news, Legit.ng reported that a rapper from Chicago, USA, was shot several times on Saturday, July 10, just after being released from jail.
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KTS Dre, a 31-year-old man, was killed in what is said to be a planned attack just as he was leaving the Cook County jail.
Rapper London Sylvester was with a 60-year-old woman when a car stopped and two men began firing dozens of shots.
The 31-year-old was jailed in April for a bail violation in connection with a firearm case. He was due to return to court on July 27, 2021.