Young Dolph seemed to have foreseen his death with the lyrics to his songs as well as his merch.
Memphis rapper Young Dolph is mourned by fans after he was shot dead on the afternoon of November 17th. Now it is reported that he foretold his death through his lyrics over the years. News of his death spread like wildfire and fans and industry people he had worked with throughout his career used social media to express their grief. “Everyone who knows me knows that I play this men’s music EVERY DAY! He was so real, so real, so nice to me and tfarris always !!! Rest in peace for a real legend, ”wrote Megan Thee Stallion on Instagram. The two had worked together on the song ‘RNB’ in 2020. “I’m so sick and in disbelief! Pray for his family and friends! Rest in peace for my friend,” she continued on Twitter.
Gucci Mane, Migos rapper Quavo, Offset, Keke Palmer and many others mourned his death on Twitter, as did Chance the Rapper, Gunna, Lil Yachty, Kenny Beats and Drumma Boy. The circumstances leading to his death remain to be clarified, but in 2017 Dolph was shot dead outside the Loews Hollywood Hotel near the intersection of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Avenue after a fight with three men, according to a report by USA Today. One of the men drew a gun and shot the rapper, who seriously injured him. Dolph shared two children – Tre and Ari – with partner Mia Jaye. His most recent project was ‘Paper Route Illuminati’. He announced the same thing, he had written: “You cannot feed your FAMILY without MONEY, and you cannot earn MONEY without making sacrifices …”
Young Dolph’s lyrics predicted his tragic death
Social media is full of theories about how Dolph predicted his own death over the years. Some fans note that his music had an ominous fear of one day being killed. The rapper spoke openly about not growing up in the best of places and being a target of violence since his early days. One report mentions that the rapper rapped about those with a sweet tooth in his 2017 single “100 Shots” and gave his enemies “a whole hundred shots”.
“A hundred shots. Me and mine [N-word] pull up in a hundred drops (skrrt). My idol used to get a hundred blocks (hey) street [N-word] in a tuxedo, we the mob (yeah), “rapped Dolph. At the end of the verse, he rapped,” Yeah, it’s Dolph. How the hell do you miss a whole hundred shots? “Dolph died buying biscuits at Makeda’s Cookies, and owner Maurice Hill said someone pulled up, shot him around 1 p.m. and left. Three law enforcement officers have confirmed his death, but certain fan – Theories suggest that he could fake his death to come back as a new rapper to highlight his new album, “Paper Route iLLUMINATI.” These theories could also be due to Dolph posting photos of his new merch a few weeks ago on emblazoned with the text “RIP me open”.