- A video filmed at a fuel station capturing the last moments of US rapper Young Dolph has surfaced
- The clip depicted the Cut It rapper refuelling his vehicle before going to the cookie store where he was fatally shot
- Tributes poured in for the 36-year-old rapper who left behind a wife and two children
Footage of US rapper Young Dolph's last moments before his fatal shooting has surfaced.
The video, shared by TMZ, depicted the late rapper famous for featuring in Cut it by OT Genasis, refuelling his supercar.
Dolph's last moments
Dolph was seen in his camouflage wrapped Corvette Stingray at a fuel station in his hometown of Memphis before he was gunned down at a cookie store.
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The footage, captured by a motorist in the neighbouring pump, showed Dolph wearing a yellow t-shirt, jeans and a cap.
According to witness statements, the rapper went from the fuel station straight to the cookie shop where a gunman opened fire with an AK 47-rifle and pistol, killing the 36-year-old father of two.
The rapper had planned to attend his annual thanksgiving giveaway in his old neighbourhood before meeting his death.
Tributes poured in for the slain rapper from the hip-hop community, with Meghan Thee Stallion stating:
"Everybody that know me knows I play this man music every day! He was so genuine so real so kind to me. Rest in peace to a real legend."
Migos rapper Quavo wrote on Twitter:
“In my feelings. This one hurt RIP Dolph."
Rapper shot 64 times
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a rapper from Chicago, US, was shot multiple times on Saturday, July 10, just after he was released from jail.
KTS Dre, a 31-year-old man, was killed in what is said to have been a planned attack just as he walked out of Cook County Jail.
The rapper-born Londre Sylvester was with a 60-year-old woman when a car pulled up, and two men started firing dozens of gunshots.
The 31-year-old was jailed in April for a bail violation in connection with a felony gun case. He was to return to court on July 27, 2021.