Young Dolph Reportedly Owned 100 Real Estate Properties In Memphis
Two days ago, 36-year-old Memphis rapper Young Dolph was unfortunately killed in a shootout in his hometown. This was done at a popular South Memphis establishment that he visited frequently, Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies.
Back then, Dolph is said to have bought cookies for this mother. Two men soon noticed his Corvette Stingray was parked and opened fire inside the store when they soon fled in a white Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
Dolph has also left an impressive legacy with real estate investing
For Young Dolph, he was one of the most popular rappers in the business and an equally great family and businessman. A filmmaker and writer, Tim Jackson, recently visited his Instagram feed to pay tribute to the late Memphis rapper and his great accomplishment in real estate investing.
Dolph is believed to have owned over 100 homes in Memphis and bought foreclosures for his children on their birthdays each year.
“Damn! @Youngdolph has rarely rapped about his real estate portfolio, but he owned over 100 properties in Memphis and he also bought foreclosures for his kids on their birthdays every year. He told me that when we met. I admired.” that about him and even challenged him to rap more about this side of his hustle and bustle.
NOBODY love the streets! It is therefore important to offer alternatives to the street whenever the opportunity arises. Always keep this in mind.
Sleep calmly. “
Dolph often supports Makeda cookies
Dolph also made sure to support Makeda’s cookies in every possible way. Over a week ago, the establishment posted a video of the rapper buying some cookies while expressing how much he admired the products.
Makeda’s is currently boarded up as the shop is also being presented as a memorial. According to TMZ, there is no clear timetable for when they will fully reopen, but fans can support here by donating to their GoFundMe.
Makeda employees are also said to have been traumatized by what they witnessed on November 17th. According to reports, they can take as much time as they need and continue to receive wages.
Suspects uncovered during the Dolph shoot
Memphis Police Department said the two armed men who allegedly opened fire on Dolph and Makeda were still under surveillance. They wore gray sweatpants and dark blue and black hoodies, hats and COVID-19-style masks. The firearms they used were reportedly a pistol and a Draco AK-47 pistol.
There have been no arrests so far. It’s also unclear whether the suspects shown in the surveillance photos are currently still in Memphis. The Memphis police have also not revealed a motive. Many suggest that this horrific act was committed simply out of jealousy of Dolph, the amazing things he did for his hometown, and his overall success in the music industry.
Memphis Police Department