Megan Thee Stallion, Rick Ross, And More React To Young Dolph’s Death

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The world of rap is in mourning today (November 17) following reports of Young Dolph‘s shooting death in his hometown of Memphis.

According to local reports, the 36-year-old rapper was the victim of a shooting that took place Wednesday afternoon outside of a restaurant in the Airways section of the city.

Details in the shooting are still coming, but the news of the “Get Paid” rapper’s demise has fans and celebrity friends sending tributes. Rapper Bankroll Freddie took to Instagram stories to confirm the news of Dolph’s death.

“I’m sooo sick rn I am in disbelief!” fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion tweeted. “Praying for his family and friends! Rest In Peace to my friend a true legend dolph 🙏 .”

Tributes from Rick Ross, Offset and more have also poured in.

Fans paid tribute to the rapper online, sending condolences to his wife and two kids.

Fans also can’t forget that one time Dolph flew two Duke University workers out to Rolling Loud and gave them $20k each after they were fired for playing his hustle anthem, “Get Paid.”

Check out the on-stage moment they shared in 2018 below.

Check out this throwback clip of Young Dolph on The Breakfast Club.

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Rest in Peace, Young Dolph.

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