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Young Dolph is trending on social media, for getting upset with Dolce & Gabanna for gettin him a muffin for Christmas.

Dolce & Gabbana decided to send rapper Young Dolph a gift of appreciation this holiday season for being such a loyal customer. But the rapper was not impressed with their gift.

Here's video of Doph opening the present, and reacting:

In the video, you see Young Dolph, real name Adolph Thornton, Jr., excitedly opening gift from the fashion brand.

When he sees what's inside, a measly muffin, his excitement turned first to disappointment then to anger.

The rapper yelled out, “I spent 6-figures with y’all in a year and y’all sent me a muffin?! The f"ck wrong with these fools?!”

Dolph then threw the Christmas muffin across the room.

In February 2016, Dolph released his debut studio album, King of Memphis, which peaked at number 49 on the Billboard 200 chart. He was featured on O.T. Genasis' hit single "Cut It", which peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100.

In 2008, Dolph nearly died in a car accident and later that same year, his grandmother died from lung cancer. These incidents motivated his "wake up" call. He started doing music around that time because it served as an emotional release. In addition, Young Dolph and his fellows all complained about fake rappers telling stories about what they had never done, witnessed or experienced. His partners encouraged him to do more music after hearing his first song, even though he did it simply for fun. His first mixtape, Paper Route Campaign, was a success and confirmed his journey into the entertainment industry.

In early 2017, Young Dolph was apparently the target of gunfire in Charlotte, North Carolina. According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, on February 25 several dozen rounds were fired. At least two vehicles and several weapons were involved, with rounds striking nearby residences and vehicles. By the next day, several hip-hop news agencies had begun reporting that Young Dolph was the primary target of the shooting, and that perhaps 100 rounds were fired during the attack. It was speculated that the shooting had stemmed from a rivalry between Dolph and rapper Yo Gotti, though both parties have remained silent. Young Dolph used the publicity to promote his second studio album Bulletproof.