Young Dolph had some choice words for some Virginia police officers who he claimed stopped and harassed his crew.
According to a now deleted-Instagram post, the Memphis rapper was in Newport News, Va., on Monday, Jan. 28, to perform at Boathouse Live when one of his tour buses was pulled over for no apparent reason.
“@Why 15 officers come to my tour bus lookin for me?” he wrote the following day. “Cause I’m Black? Cause I’m a rapper? Cause I’m rich? Why y’all have my boys out in the cold searching them? I know y’all racist p*ssies felt like dummies when u discovered I wasn’t on the bus. The owners of the club came out and told y’all if we were a white music group y’all wouldn’t have f*kd wit us.”
Then Dolph said he’d like the officers to be paid back for the harassment in a very specific way.
“I hope every last one of y’all wives was at home sukin some Black garbage man’s d— while y’all was out f—n with us for nuthin,” he wrote. “I hope all y’all daughters was gettin gangbanged by a group of Black guys at your house in the living room. I hope all the female officers that was out there turn into heroin addicts. F—-KK YALLLLLLL?? Sincerely, Paper Route Frank.”
Meanwhile, it’s been almost two years since Dolph survived more than 100 rounds of gunfire directed his way when his SUV was riddled with bullets in Charlotte, N.C., in 2017 during CIAA weekend. At the time, Dolph was in a well-known beef with fellow Memphis rapper Yo Gotti, and Gotti’s artist Blac Youngsta was charged with being one of the triggermen.
Youngsta, whose real name is Sammie Benson, will begin trial for the shooting on Feb. 6 in Mecklenburg County Criminal Superior Court.
He’s been hit with five counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied moving vehicle and one count of conspiracy to commit discharging a gun into an occupied vehicle. In October 2018, another of Gotti’s affiliates, Howard “Keon” Wright, was sentenced to 10 to 14 years for his involvement in the shooting.
In regards to Dolph’s police encounter, no arrests were reported.