It’s been revealed that Young Dolph’s family just released a statement following his passing. Check out the notes that The Shade Room revealed on their social media account.
TSR notes that ‘it’s been one week since the fatal shooting of #YoungDolph, and it still seems unreal. His fans, #PaperRouteEmpire (PRE) artists, and several celebrities have shared condolences to Dolph’s family and have continued to let his legacy live on. Today, his family has finally broken their silence and released a statement. In the statement obtained by @wreg3 the family refers to the fallen rapper as their angel.’
‘There are no words that exist that sufficiently express the pain we are feeling as a family. Losing Adolph, Dolph, Man-Man, changes our lives forever. And while we will take each day as it comes, we are comforted in knowing that he leaves a legacy that reflects his heart,’ the statement read.
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‘A heart that was for his family. A heart that was for the people. We are grateful for the outpouring of love. We are grateful that his godly obligation to show kindness to the world,’ TSR notes.
Someone said: ‘It’s sad when you do so much good for your community and you get your life taken senselessly. Rest In Peace King.’
A commenter posted this: ‘he got money and put his family on definitely a boss to me,’ and a commenter said: ‘Damn still haven’t sit with me yet how this man is dead.’
One other follower said: ‘The way he died was sad, bruh just went into the store to buy some cookies not for a 1 way ticket to heaven swear these situations make me think different. I hold god close to my heart in these times no kizzy.’
A follower said: ‘I can’t believe they went and gunned this man down when Zimmerman & Rottenhouse are out living their best lives. If you’re going to commit a crime, at least go out like a legend. Now you’re going to prison for being a hater. Tragic.’
One fan posted this: ‘This is so Backwards 🤦🏽♂️, why did yall kill a man in the community that was actually making somewhat of a difference. That supported black businesses. RIP Dolph.’