YOUNG Dolph was pictured flaunting a huge wad of cash and a massive fleet of camouflaged supercars before his untimely death.
The 36-year-old rapper, who was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee on Wednesday, was previously snapped with the the array of flashy vehicles in a music video.
The bling heavy Young Dolph featured on a YouTube clip where he was seen throwing a $22 million-dollar contract on the hood of an expensive wraith.
The rapper then looks at the camera and says “F*ck the $22 million,” before bursting into laughter.
In a separate clip, he then revealed his impressive collection of cars – including a Challenger, Ferrari, G-Wagon, Demon, Wraith and a Bentley.
According to Dub Magazine, the camouflaged vehicles were part of his extensive fleet.
He boasted: “I did (wrap) the G-Wagon first and loved that sh*t, and decided this was gonna be the pre sh*t and just went crazy with it."
“I decided to put the camo wrap on all my cars.”
The rapper was believed to driving one of the revamped cars before his death at Makeda's Cookies.
Footage posted by friend DJ Akademiks showed the car being towed away as police continued to look for evidence.
The DJ posted on Twitter: "Its quite possible that Young Dolph was followed to the cookie shop since he was driving his infamous and very noticable camo vehicle or someone who noticed him in the shop may have tipped his killers off.
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"He was standing in the store when a car pulled up firing through the window."
The rapper was reportedly not alone when he was shot, FOX13 reports, however it is not clear who he was with or if they were hurt.
It comes as horrifying footage obtained by The Sun shows the moments that unfolded after Dolph was fatally shot.
A search for Dolph's killer has since ramped up in Memphis as the embattled city deals with a wave of shootings that have prompted some lawmakers to call for a curfew.
Although a search for the shooter is underway, no suspect information has been made available, police said.
Dolph previously spoke about his belief that he has been a target of violence since his teenage years.
“I’ve been targeted since I was 17, 18, 19,” he stated in an interview with The Guardian.
The rapper admitted that he did not grow up in the best surroundings, which caused him to turn to certain methods to make money.
Dolph — whose tragic death comes approximately two years after his cousin, fellow rapper Juice WRLD, died of an overdose — was on the rise to more success with an increasing net worth.
Month before his death he said: "I still couldn't believe I got to where I'm at in life. Still feel unreal, s**t crazy."
Dolph was estimated to be worth $3million according to Celebrity Net Worth.
He was born Adolph Thornton Jr., in Chicago, Illinois on July 27, 1985. At the age of two, he moved with his family to Memphis, Tennessee.
In 2009 he was just making his mark in the music world with his debut mixtape Paper Route Campaign.
In 2021 he released his debut full-length album Welcome 2 Dolph World under his very own record label Paper Route Empire. The debut album had a total of 20 songs on it.
Dolph had come to release a total of 26 albums on Apple Music, with his most recent album PAPER ROUTE iLLUMINATi being released on July 30, 2021.
Apple Music lists Major (feat. Key Glock) as his top song on the streaming platform.
The rapping cousins had worked on a number of albums together including Dum and Dummer (2019) as well as a follow up Dum and Dummer 2 (2021).
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