Young Dolph is being honored by his city in the wake of his passing. Tickets to the public memorial for Young Dolph sold out 90 minutes after becoming available on Monday.
Young Dolph’s memory is being celebrated by his city with the announcement of a memorial concert that reportedly sold out after 90 minutes.
The “Celebration of Life” for Young Dolph, whose real name is Adolph Thornton Jr., is set for Thursday with free tickets going on sale this past Monday. It will feature artists from his label as well as remarks from friends, family, and local officials.
There will also be a ceremony unveiling a street that will see a name change to honor Dolph. It will be held at the intersection of Dunn Avenue and Airways Boulevard, near the Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies bakery where he was shot and killed.
The death of Memphis rapper Young Dolph has shaken fans and left them wondering what could have led to his death. One theory being circulated by keen-eyed internet sleuths suggests that the murder was set up as an inside job.