Young Dolph Murder Suspect Shot Music Video at Home Where Getaway Car Found
Young Dolph‘s shooting suspect certainly didn’t cover his tracks well — twisting his music career with murder, perhaps handing investigators much-needed clues to connect him to the case.
Cops announced Wednesday 23-year-old Justin Johnson is wanted for murdering Dolph. Johnson is a Memphis-area rapper who goes by the name Straight Drop — and used areas around the city as the background to many of his music videos.
However, it’s his music video for the song “Going Straight In” released on November 21, 2021, that had fans making an eerie connection.
Shortly after Dolph was killed, detectives tracked down the getaway car — a grey Mercedes — to a Memphis-area home. You can see very clearly, Johnson uses the same home as the backdrop to his “Going Straight In” music video.
Shockingly enough — Dolph was murdered November 17, which means that the music video was actually posted to YouTube AFTER he was gunned down.
As we reported … Johnson is on the TBI Most Wanted list, has ties to organized crime and should be considered armed and dangerous. There’s a $15,000 reward for his arrest.
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