Memphis rapper Key Glock speaks out on Young Dolph’s murder

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Monday night, Memphis rapper Key Glock spoke out about the murder of his first cousin Young Dolph.

Here’s everything we know about the death of Young Dolph

In a heartfelt message posted to Instagram, Key Glock, whose real name is Markevius Lashun Cathey, posted:

“damn bro, im LOST. my heart is torn my brain bout to explode it HURTS when I breathe..why you leave me so soon?? I’ll never be the same, you was my lefthand man,my brother,my cousin,my mentor and drank partner. for the past 2 years I been taking LOSS AFTER LOSS and still can’t understand why. First, it was my pops then my auntie then my grandma and now YOU!! I know we can’t question GOD but GOD why?! There’s nothing no one can do or say to bring you back and that sh** just eats me up by the second!! N**** you was Phil Jackson and I was yo MJ Remember I told you I got yo back no matter what?? I GUARANTEE THAT!! Words really can’t explain how I truly feel right now.. I’m sick to my stomach bruh!! Peace ain’t even working.. all I see is DARKNESS, only GOD knows how much you meant to me #LongLiveDOLPH #PlugBestfriend #Dum&Dummer #THEMn***** #FamilyNOTfriends #PaperRoute4Life”

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Young Dolph signed Key Glock to his record label, Paper Route Empire, and the two collaborated on many songs like “Major” and released the album “Dum and Dummer” together.

Young Dolph was shot and killed at Makeda’s Cookies in Memphis on November 17.

Police said that two suspects pulled in a white Mercedes-Benz jumped out and opened fire on the famous rapper inside of the bakery.