As of today, it's been exactly two years since Young Dolph was murdered. While those responsible are still tied up in their trials, fans and friends are remembering the Memphis artist on the anniversary of his death. That includes his cousin key Glock who shared a statement to social media. "Don't call/text me asking how I feel. I'll never get over this sh*t, let me deal with it alone luv."
In the comments of a repost of his statement fans stand by his grief process and request to be left alone. "I don’t even have your number, but I’m still sending you well wishes," one of the top comments reads. That sentiment is largely shared throughout the comment section. "Dolph was such a stand up guy. I really don’t understand why anybody from his community would kill him after all he did for Memphis," and "they really killed dolph like that’s still unreal to me," two other top comments read. Check out his full post and the fan reactions to it below.
Key Glock Doesn't Want To Talk To Anyone About Young Dolph
Last month, Key Glock announced his new project Glocktober. He released a new album earlier this year back in February called Glockoma 2. He followed it up a few months later with a deluxe edition that brought even more fans into his signature southern rap style. The first single from Glocktober dropped a little over a month ago with "No Hook 2." The hard-hitting track also clicked with fans for the tune of more than 4 million streams on Spotify since it was released.
Key Glock followed it up with even more new singles leading up to the album throughout October. The second single "Murder & Millions" dropped just a week after the first and yet another single called "One Me" a week after that. What do you think of Key Glock's statement on the anniversary of Young Dolph's murder? Let us know in the comment section below.