Did CEO Bobby Memphis Kill Young Dolph?
It is rumoured that CEO Bobby was arrested for the murder of a little Dolph on Instagram live.
It is not sure whether he has killed or not, but it is getting all over youtube and other sites that CEO Bobby is involved in the death of young Dolph.
The two masked suspects were observed exiting a white Mercedes Benz, loaded with firearms and wearing sweatshirts, as they approached the rapper, whose actual name is Adolph Thornton, Jr., who was inside Makeda's Homemade Butter Cookies, according to authorities.
According to investigators, the two suspects shot him multiple times before fleeing.
At the scene, Dolph was pronounced dead.
There have been no arrests in the 36-year-death old's so yet, and police say the investigation is still underway.
CEO Bobby Real Name And Net Worth
CEO Bobby's real name and net worth are yet to be revealed to the public.
Everyone is assuming that he is the killer of Young Dolph based on his Instagram live.
As we searched for him on Instagram, we couldn't find his account; however, according to youtube videos, his username is @_ceobobby on the platform.
We are searching to get more personal and professional information on CEO Bobby.
We will update this section as soon as we get any further information on his details.
More About Young Dolph
Young Dolph made his debut with "Paper Route Campaign" in 2008.
Dolph established himself as one of the industry's most prolific rappers, even creating a music video from his hospital bed after getting shot in Los Angeles in 2017.
Megan Thee Stallion and Gucci Mane were among his collaborators, and he frequently collaborated with Key Glock, a fellow Memphis rapper and protégé.
According to WREG, Key Glock and Young Dolph appeared together on Monday to give away Thanksgiving turkeys at Memphis's cancer centre.
On Wednesday, Megan paid tribute to Young Dolph on Instagram. "Everyone who knows me knows that I listen to this man's music every day! He was always so sincere, so genuine, and so lovely to Tfarris and me!!! "she penned
In a post, Gucci Mane also paid tribute to the artist.
R. I.P. to my friend Dolph this broke my heart
R. I.P. to my friend Dolph this broke my heart— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) November 17, 2021