More details are emerging in the fatal shooting of Young Dolph.
A day after the rapper was shot and killed in his hometown of Memphis on Wednesday, images have surfaced of the brazen attack outside a local cookie shop.
The surveillance stills, obtained by TMZ, show two gunmen disguised in grey sweatpants, hoodies, and masks. One man appears to have a pistol and the other a Draco AK-47 pistol. Dolph’s camouflage Corvette can be seen in the parking lot behind the shooter.
These are pictures surfing the internet. I have gotten confirmation on the legitimacy of these photos from three separate law enforcement sources showing the gunmen responsible for killing Memphis rapper Young Dolph. In one photo you see the vehicle belonging to Young Dolph. pic.twitter.com/UPIYT95mLh
An employee at Makeda’s Butter Cookies, which Dolph frequented, says the men immediately drove away in a Mercedes after opening fire, shortly before cops arrived at the murder scene.
An hour after Dolph’s murder, police with weapons were positioned outside Yo Gotti’s nearby restaurant Prive. Gotti and Dolph have beef that stems back several years. Employees at Prive reportedly called the cops out of fear of retaliation against Gotti for Dolph’s killing.
Dolph was scheduled to attend a charity turkey giveaway later in the day in his old neighborhood, according to his attorney and friend, Scott Hall.
Footage has also surfaced of Dolph’s final moments alive. He was seen pumping gas at a station just down the street from the cookie store in his Corvette Stingray, moments before he was gunned down.