Young Dolph suspect Justin Johnson spotted wearing intriguing clue that could explain bloody feud with slain rapper

JUSTIN Johnson, a suspect in the Young Dolph murder, has been spotted wearing a potential clue that could shed light on the feud with the slain rapper.

Johnson, 23, who is also known as rapper StraightDrop, uploaded a photo of himself to his Instagram page where he is wearing a belt chain with the logo PRE – Paper Route Empire, the record label founded by Young Dolph.



A number of pictures on his social media page show Johnson sporting designer gear, holding wads of cash in his hand and posing next to flash cars.

Two weeks before the shooting, Johnson posted a photo of himself in Von Dutch clothes, captioned: “I'm That N**** That You Never see & Hear About The Most Active In Streets.”

One woman replied: “Boy u about to go to jail.”

Another posted: “Bruuuu! Your face just hit the news. Even tho we been knew.”

Tennessee cops have now issued an arrest warrant for Johnson in connection with the fatal shooting of Yound Dolph in November last year.

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He was gunned down in his hometown of Memphis while at a cookie shop in the city.

Johnson is wanted on criminal attempt first degree murder, and theft of property $10-60,000.

A reward of $15,000 has been offered for information leading to an arrest.

Authorities have described Johnson as being 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighs 190 pounds and has the name 'Jaiya,' tattooed on his right arm.

Cops say two men exited a white Mercedes-Benz and fired shots into a Memphis bakery where the 36-year-old rapper, real name Adolph Thornton Jr, was buying cookies and killed him.

Read our Young Dolph suspect live blog for the very latest news and updates…

A possible motive for the killing has not been given.

Johnson is on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s (TBI) most wanted list. according to law enforcement authorities, with ties to organized crime and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Young Dolph was shot dead while he was out in Memphis in November last year.

The artist, real name Adolph Robert Thornton Jr, was fatally shot at Makeda's Cookies.

The owner claimed someone drove up and shot and killed the rapper at around 1pm.

Just days before his death, the star was filmed at the store helping to advertise their products.

"Young Dolph says every time he comes home he has to stop by Makeda's Cookies," the company posted alongside a video of him outside the store.

On November 18, surveillance photos emerged from the scene showing the alleged suspects holding guns outside the store. They appeared to have face masks on.

At the time of his death in November of 2021 many fans took to social media to mourn the musician.

"They saying you dead I hope not," one user wrote, while another said "Damn rip."

"Please don't leave us," another wrote. "News better be fake."

Dolph was related to the late rapper Juice WRLD, who passed away following an accidental overdose.



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