Following a private funeral service for Young Dolph, a public memorial for the beloved rapper is reportedly in the works.
According to HipHopDX, Pastor Earle Fisher, who spoke at Dolph’s private service on Tuesday (November 30), said a public memorial will be held for the late 36-year-old in Memphis during the FedExForum ceremony on December 16.
Having a capacity for almost 19,000 people, fans of young Dolph will pay their last tribute
Dying at the tender age of just 36 years will affect Young Dolph fans, relatives, and family, and leave a gap in the entertainment industry.
Arranging a memorial in a venue with a large capacity is a decent idea, since the burial was a private event involving family members and friends.
Disturbing fat is that police have yet to make any arrests over two weeks since the shooting.
Speaking during the burial of Young Dolph, Pastor Fisher said is that failure by the police to arrest the assailants is concerning.
Adding to his sentiments, the pastor noted that elected leaders and officials should bring the assailants to accountability and justice quickly. Within Shelby County, murders happen about every day, yet people who are in powerful positions that have created policies cannot act.
According to REVOLT, three men fired shots into a mourning crowd outside Makeda’s Cookies the day after Dolph’s death. Shooting incident happened a few days later where police found a car that Dolph’s killers used, and a man was killed.
Processing the two-door white Mercedes Benz also revealed that it had been reportedly linked to an additional shooting in Tennessee. Ongoing effort to capture the suspect has led to police releasing surveillance photos
Adding to the surveillance photos, police have also asked anyone with additional information about the shooting to call Crime Stoppers at 901-528-CASH.
Bizzy Bone shares full apology following Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia’s Verzuz battle
Taking place last night was the Verzuz battle which was between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia.
Taking to the stage to perform the track Buddah Lovaz,” Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs’caused an altercation between him and Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia.
Resulting from a mocking allegation by Bizzy Bones towards Three 6 Mafia, there was a scuffle on stage between the two groups.
Misunderstanding between the two groups, however, did not ruin the much-awaited Verzuz battle event.
Stopping for about 15 minutes, the show resumed, picked up, and proceeded problem-free.
Issuing an apology on stage, Bizzy apologized to Three 6 Mafia and the crowd for the earlier confrontation.
Taking the stage, he said,” I’m not trying to fuck this shit up. Pardon me. Let’s keep the motherfuckin’ party going.”
Following the day after the event (on December 3), Bizzy took to his Instagram and wrote an apology and complete statement regarding the ugly incident.
Taking to his Instagram page, he wrote, “I feel as a man there is a time to apologize and be the bigger person. Even if you do not feel wrong.”
Acknowledging his mistake, he also insisted that errors happen. In hip-hop, and If he was posed to be per, then he couldn’t have reached that far.
During the statement, he also thanked Verzuz and Triller organizers for everything. Speaking on how he redeemed himself after returning to the stage, he said he came back because a lot of people depended on him
Confirming that everything that happened was not scripted, he was grateful that the event ended perfectly.
Acknowledging the maturity exhibited by Three 6 Mafia’s members in handling the situation, he promised to call Swizz Beatz to smooth things over, despite Verzuz co-founder assuring him that everything was okay.
Commending the Three 6 Mafia members, he wrote ‘“You guys did a heck of a job and embracing me after that I took a class as well.”