Memphis rapper Blac Younsta did the unthinkable this weekend, he performed a Young Dolph diss track in front of a crowd. Young Dolph was murdered last month, after two men pulled up on the legendary artist - and shot him dead, MTO News reported.
Memphis police have not yet found the shooters, but federal agents are now on the case. And they are looking into whether any prior beefs, including hip hop beefs, may have led to Dolph's killing.
With the investigation going on, Blac Youngsta performed a diss track aimed at Young Dolph to a packed crowd one month after the star's death.
In the below video, which is circulating on social media, Black Youngsta raps his 2006 Shake Sum track during his show on Friday night at Aces of Dallas nightclub in Dallas, Texas.
The song is aimed at Young Dolph, who was fatally shot at Makeda's Cookies in Memphis last month, and call Dolph a f*** boy and use a range of other slurs. Watch:
He rapped: "Young Dolph Thorton wanna play ho/I'm on tour with the K ho/Mac 11, Smith & Wesson, extended clip, 100 rounds though/How the f*** you the king of Memphis, you ain't from the city, you from Chicago/F*** boy, you better lay low/Killers move when I say so.
And there's more. Here are more lyrics:
"Dolph, you ain't put in no work/You a ho on the low-low/Talkin' ’bout you the plug best friend, n****, you ain't sellin' no work/N**** bustin' on you in your own hood f***-boy, you a no show."
Young Dolph's fans are upset over the incident, and are suggesting that Blac Youngsta may have been involved in Dolph's murder.