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Young Dolph’s Fiancée Addresses Rapper’s Killers on New Song: ‘Dear Mr. Shooter’

Young Dolph’s fiancée, Mia Jaye, releases a heartfelt song addressing her late partner’s killers, almost two years after his tragic death.

Mia Jaye, the fiancée of the late rapper Young Dolph, has released a new song in which she confronts her partner’s killers, marking a poignant moment in her journey of coping with his loss. Young Dolph, whose real name was Adolph Thornton Jr., tragically lost his life almost two years ago.

On September 2, Mia Jaye shared an acapella snippet of herself singing, expressing her anguish over the loss: “How could you take a father from his family and kids/ Mr. Shooter, dear Mr. Shooter, what the fuck was you thinkin’/ You done fucked up now.”

Mia Jaye has been candid about the emotional toll Young Dolph’s passing has taken on her. Last year, she expressed her longing to turn back time, saying, “I wish I could turn back the hands of time.” She also shared how deeply his absence has affected her and their children, describing the void in their lives.

Young Dolph’s alleged killers, Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith, are set to face trial next year. They have both been charged with the murder of Young Dolph, which occurred on November 17, 2021, at Makeda’s Homemade Cookies in Memphis. The trial is scheduled for March 11, 2024. Despite the charges, a motive for the killing has not been disclosed.

The murder case faced challenges when a person of interest, Joshua Taylor, was shot and killed in June. Taylor, who was initially named as a person of interest in Young Dolph’s murder in February 2022, was found dead in Memphis. This event added complexity to the investigation, leaving authorities seeking leads to identify potential suspects.

In addition to seeking justice for Young Dolph’s murder, his legacy lives on through his family and community. His 9-year-old son recently launched a clothing collection called “King of Memphis,” continuing his father’s influence beyond his music.

Young Dolph’s tragic death continues to reverberate through his loved ones and fans, and Mia Jaye’s song provides an emotional outlet for her grief and frustration as she awaits the forthcoming trial.

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