Two days from now, Tennessee and Georgia will honor the one-year anniversary of Young Dolph‘s passing.
The IdaMae Foundation and The Confess Project are doing their part to ensure Dolph’s name lives on through charitable acts of service to Memphis. Both organizations.
The rapper’s sister, Carlisa Brown, dropped a statement attesting to this kind gesture,
“On behalf of the IdaMae Family Foundation and Young Dolph’s family, we will continue the legacy of helping those in need.”
Several barber shops in the community will offer free haircuts and mental health tools between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. CT. In Memphis, The Hospitality Hub is showing love by providing free meals and winter kits, including coats, blankets, socks, and gloves.
Young Dolph was unfortunately targeted during a daylight ambush at Makeda’s Bakery.
Rest in Peace, Young Dolph.
July 27, 1985 – November 17, 2021