Young Dolph is using his near fatal experience at the CIAA tournament in Charlotte, NC to market his new project titled “Bulletproof.” Dolph took to social media to showcase his tracklist, which features lyrics of him dissing his opposition.
Dolph 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.”
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