Memphis police release photos of suspects in rapper Young Dolph's fatal shooting

Police have released surveillance photos of two suspects they believe killed rapper Young Dolph.

The Memphis Police Department said it obtained video surveillance showing two suspects getting out of a white two-door Mercedes Benz armed with firearms and approaching the rapper as he was inside a cookie shop on Wednesday. Los sospechosos, whose faces were partially covered, shot Young Dolph several times before fleeing the scene.
Joven dolph, whose real name is Adolph Robert Thornton Jr., was killed inside Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies while making a purchase at the popular shop in Memphis. The 36-year-old rapper is survived by two children.
    The police department posted the photos on its Twitter account, noting that no arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.
      “Este tiroteo es otro ejemplo de la violencia con armas de fuego sin sentido que estamos experimentando a nivel local y nacional.. Nuestros corazones están con la familia Thornton y todos los afectados por este horrible acto de violencia.,” Jefe de policía de Memphis Cerelyn “CJ” Davis dijo.
        The photo of the alleged suspects' car released by the Memphis Police Department.

        Young Dolph was a native of Chicago who grew up in Memphis. He released his debut album, “King of Memphis” en 2016, and he’s also known for “Rico esclavo,” which dropped in 2020 and rose to No. 5 on the Billboard 200 gráfico.
        He had several hits in his career, incluso “Blue Diamonds,” y “RNBfeaturing Megan Thee Stallion.
          En 2017, he was nearly killed in a shooting incident in Hollywood. He spent weeks hospitalized after sustaining three gunshot wounds.
            I’ve been targeted since I was 17, 18, 19,” Young Dolph told El guardián about the incident in a 2018 entrevista. “I just knew that I was good.
            He added that he wasn’ta person that lives in fear.

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