Young Dolph Memorial Curator Reportedly Shot And Killed

Police are looking for suspects in the shooting.

One of the men responsible for maintaining Young Dolph’s Memphis memorial was reportedly shot and killed last week.

According to WHBQ, Jeremiah Taylor was found dead on Getwell Road. The Memphis Police Department is now looking for suspects in the fatal shooting.

Taylor’s friends told the news station that they’re finding out more information via family since the shooting happened.

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“Jeremiah was a great person,” friend Frank Gottie said. “He was so creative. He was so on point. He was helpful, he would help anybody.”

Taylor kept up the rapper’s memorial at Makeda’s Cookies by keeping posters in check – one of which he made himself.

23-year-old Justin Johnson and 32-year-old Cornelius Smith have been charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, employment of a firearm and theft of property over $10,000 in relation to Dolph’s murder. Additionally, Shundale Barnett was also arrested alongside Johnson and charged with being an accessory but was released and is missing.

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