Young Dolph’s Alleged Killer Drops Song, Doesn’t Turn Himself In « CmaTrends


The man accused of killing Young Dolph hasn’t turned himself in to authorities like he introduced he would. Instead, he launched some new music.

On Monday (Jan. 10), Memphis rapper Straight Dropp, also referred to as 23-year-old Justin Johnson who’s needed for Dolph’s homicide, dropped a music video for his new music “Track Hawk.” The new visible arrived on the identical day Dropp mentioned he was going to show himself in, nevertheless it seems to be like he’s nonetheless on the run.

Over the weekend, Straight Dropp posted a message on his Instagram Story, which learn, “Turning Myself In Monday @201 I’m Innocent 🙏🏽I’ll Be Back Sooner Than You Can Blink.”

straightdroppp through Instagram

Last week, the Memphis Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued a needed fugitive alert on social media, looking for the general public’s assist in acquiring info on the rapper’s whereabouts.

The needed alert mentioned, “Justin Johnson is wanted by the Memphis Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for First Degree Murder, Criminal Attempt-First Degree Murder, and Theft of Property $10,000-$60,000. Justin Johnson should be considered armed and dangerous.”

Days after the MPD and the TBI put out the alert, a picture of Straight Dropp and Dolph in a membership collectively started circulating on-line. In the picture, Dropp is standing behind the late rapper. Another image, a screenshot from Straight Dropp’s music video for his music “Stepped On” that includes Big Homiie G, additionally began making its spherical on the web as Dropp is seen carrying a PRE chain on his pants. PRE stands for Paper Route Empire, Young Dolph’s report label.

Young Dolph was shot and killed inside Makeda’s Butter Cookies in Memphis on Nov. 17, 2021. The police since have shared pictures of Dolph’s suspected killers in addition to the automobile used because the getaway automobile, a white Mercedes-Benz.

A white Benz was found and towed from the driveway of a house related to Dolph after his homicide.

Straight Dropp additionally reportedly filmed a music video—which was faraway from his YouTube web page—in entrance of that very same house.

The investigation into Young Dolph’s homicide seems to be ongoing.

See Straight Dropp’s “Track Hawk” video beneath.

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