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Memphis Rapper Young Dolph’s Grave Gets 24 Hr ARMED Security . . . Worried About Robbers!!

Updated:

Dec 2, 2021

Original:

Dec 2, 2021

Memphis rapper Young Dolph was laid to rest yesterday, in Memphis – in regal fashion.

As MTO News reported, Dolph was buried in a $200K reinforced plexiglass and gold coffin. With $50,000 in hundred dollar bills inside. LINK TO ORIGINAL STORY

Dolph was buried inside the City limits at an undisclosed location, MTO News confirmed.

And his friends and family all chipped in to provide his grave site with 24 hour around the clock armed security, to stop grave diggers from digging up the fallen rapper and stealing the money and gold from Dolph’s grave.

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According to one person on social media claiming to be a friend of the family, Dolph’s grave is “more impenetrable than a bank vault.”

We hope the security is well trained. MTO News confirmed that Memphis is on pace to have its worst crime rate in recorded history.

According to the city’s crime tracker, 241 murders have been reported as of November 17. That’s more than the same time last year. The city is also on pace to beat the record for burglaries and home invasion robberies also.

Memphis is currently on pace to set a record no other city wants to claim.

Article: mtonews.com

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