Young Dolph is currently in the hospital after he was shot in West Hollywood Tuesday, TMZ reports.
Dolph was reportedly standing outside Shoe Palace at the Hollywood and Highland Intersection when he was shot. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds but his injuries are said to be non-life threatening.
Gun violence has plagued Dolph’s life this past year.
Dolph was present during a shooting at his Houston concert this past summer. Dolph was performing at the Ayva Center on Saturday, July 1 when shots rang out following a fight amongst concertgoers.
There was an attempt on Young Dolph’s life during the 2017 CIAA tournament in Charlotte, NC. Luckily, Dolph escaped unharmed after gunmen fired 100 shots at his bulletproof truck on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Blac Youngsta was charged in the shooting after turning himself into authorities in May.
Youngsta proclaimed his innocence during a short interview with Channel 9.
“I’m innocent,” he said. “I ain’t fire nothing. I don’t know nothing. I ain’t see nothing. I ain’t do nothing.”
Youngsta turned himself in after police found a van Youngsta rented riddled with bullet holes. Youngsta told authorities the van was stolen from him.
“It’s obviously someone ratting,” Youngsta said. “Somebody snitching.”
Young Dolph’s bulletproof truck was hit with 100 shots during the CIAA basketball tournament in Charlotte, NC. Dolph walked away from the shooting unharmed, and even performed alongside Young Thug at a nightclub later that night.
Youngsta was arrested on felony weapon charges. He is being charged with four counts of discharging a firearm into occupied property. He was booked into Mecklenburg County Jail and released on bail
Two other men were also arrested in the shooting, TMZ reports.
Dolph was asked about the shooting during an appearance on Los Angeles’ Real 92.3 radio show.
Dolph declined to comment on Blac Youngsta’s arrest for the shooting.
“I ain’t got nothing to do with it, don’t give a damn about it,” he said.
Dolph was also asked his thoughts on the incident during a sit-down interview with Raq Rants.
Dolph said he was nowhere near the crime scene. It was, in fact, his brother Dolph Obama who was shot at.
“That wasn’t my car. That wasn’t me. That was my brother,” he said. “I’m Dolph Gabbana. That’s Dolph Obama. Whatever what was going on, they couldn’t do it.”
Dolph said Dolph Obama got haters because he’s doing well.
“He in this real good high position and this good place where he at in his career,” Dolph said. “He black, he self-made, he became a millionaire, he from the hood, he got something going on. He got a campaign of people in the streets who elected back in the day.”
Dolph said Dolph Obama is ready for war. Dolph reveals his bulletproof truck cost $300,000, and took about four months to build. Dolph says Dolph Obama owns two bulletproof vehicles.
Dolph went on to talk about his issued with Yo Gotti.
“I ain’t got no beef. I ain’t never had no beef,” he said “…I just know it’s a lot of hating going on. I know it’s whole lot of money counting going on. Whole lot of hatred. Whole lot of envy going on. Whole lot of jealousy going on.”