THIS is the shocking moment rapper Blac Youngsta performed a diss track aimed at Young Dolph to a packed crowd one month after the star’s death.
Video circulating on social media shows Youngsta rapping his 2006 track Shake Sum track during his show on Friday night at Aces of Dallas nightclub in Dallas, Texas.
Using a range of inflammatory language, the lyrics label Young Dolph a f*** boy and use a range of other slurs.
Footage shoes an animated Youngsta lighting up and smoking on stage before passionately ripping into the deceased musician.
He rapped: “Young Dolph Thorton wanna play ho/I’m on tour with the K ho/Mac 11, Smith & Wesson, extended clip, 100 rounds though/How the f*** you the king of Memphis, you ain’t from the city, you from Chicago/F*** boy, you better lay low/Killers move when I say so.
“Dolph, you ain’t put in no work/You a ho on the low-low/Talkin’ ’bout you the plug best friend, n****, you ain’t sellin’ no work/N**** bustin’ on you in your own hood f***-boy, you a no show.”
Young Dolph fans on social media criticised the move as disrespectful.
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Een persoon het geskryf: “Better stop dissing the dead before he get smoked, Smdh… long live Dolph!!!! It’s Dolph!!!!!!!!!!!”
'N Ander het gesê: “Thats wacc Dolph still tha king of Memphis Rip Dolph mane!!!!!”
One other commented: “Wow that s*** was wack as f*** and real disrespectful.”
Beef between the pair stems back at least four years when Youngsta was accused of being involved in a shooting incident targeting Young Dolph in February 2017.
Young Dolph’s SUV was shot at 100 times outside the annual Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) basketball tournament in Charlotte, Noord-Carolina.
Youngsta was arrested and charged for his alleged involvement, XXL Mag berigte.
He was charged with six counts of discharging a firearm into occupied property and one count of felony conspiracy but denied the allegations.
In May of 2019, all charges against Youngsta were dropped in the case.
Young Dolph died after stopping at popular sweets shop Makeda’s Cookies in Memphis, Tennessee, to purchase some baked goods on November 17, 2021.
Someone drove up and shot inside the store, killing the rapper. Volgens die polisie, a man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland condemned the unnecessary loss of life.
“The tragic shooting death of rap artist Young Dolph serves as another reminder of the pain that violent crime brings with it.”
Local paper the Daily Memphian reported Young Dolph was in the city visiting family and giving out turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving.
His cousin, Mareno Myers, told the paper the rapper was inside the shop when “somebody just rolled up on him and took his life.”