A pop-up museum was curated in honor of the late Memphis rapper Young Dolph, who passed away in 2021. Football coach Deion Sanders and rapper Jim Jones were the first two celebrities to visit the museum.
Late Memphis rapper Young Dolph, who was shot and killed in November 2021, was honored with a pop-up museum, called Dolphland. The first celebrities to check it out include University of Colorado football coach Deion Sanders and Dipset rapper Jim Jones.
Sanders had ties to the late rapper when he invited him to Jackson State University’s homecoming football game, where Sanders previously coached. In a video shared on the museum’s Instagram page, Sanders and his son Shedeur visited the museum in Denver and were given a tour.
Sanders also reflected on Young Dolph’s impact on people in the video.
“It’s amazing a man that lived that short of time touched so many people,” Sanders said.
Harlem rapper Jim Jones paid a visit to the museum in New York and checked out the exhibits in a video shared by TMZ.
Meanwhile, a suspect tied to Young Dolph’s shooting was released from jail, along with several other suspects.
The late Memphis rapper Young Dolph was honored in Miami during the Art Basel with his own mural. The mural is located in downtown Miami, and the late rapper is at the center of the mural’s viewpoint.
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