Young Dolph had plans to film a project this weekend with his friend/rapper Bankroll Freddie.
Freddie revealed the news on Instagram only minutes after news broke that Dolph had been shot and killed outside a Memphis cookie store.
He posted a screenshot of a recent text conversation with Dolph. Freddie wrote, “Big bruh I wanna shoot that video to Water when can we bruh?
Dolph asked, “When u wanna do it?” Eventually they decided on next weekend.
Freddie captioned the post, “Bruh we suppose to be shooting our video this weekend. Mane, I can’t believe this sh-t bruh. My big brother Young Dolph,” he wrote.
“Love you bruh, Damn Flippa,” he ended. Freddie then shared a personal video of him hanging out with Dolph while they yucked it up inside a nightclub.
Law enforcement sources revealed Dolph was killed outside Makeda's Butter Cookies. The owner of the store said the rapper walked in to buy cookies when someone drove up and fired off rounds.
The incident took place around 1 PM. Photos from the scene show Dolph's Lamborghini sitting in the parking lot with police cars surrounding the location.
Witnesses on the scene claim the suspects fired directly through the windows.
Dolph had been involved with a past shooting. In 2017, the rapper was shot outside a shoe store in Hollywood. According to sources, Dolph was struck in the arm and butt during the situation. He required surgery for his injuries.
Sources claim the police are currently investigating the shooting. No suspects have been identified yet.
The rapper leaves behind a daughter and a son. Megan Thee Stallion, who worked with Dolph, wrote a heartbreaking tribute after the news broke. "Everybody that know me knows I play this man music EVERY DAY! He was so genuine so real so kind to me and tfarris always !!! Rest In Peace to a real legend," she wrote.