Young Dolph Hospitalized After Shooting In Los Angeles

Young Dolph Hospitalized After Shooting In Los Angeles

Dolph was shot multiple times after getting into an argument with three men outside of the Loews Hollywood Hotel on Tuesday (Sept. 26), according to police.

Young Dolph is recovering from his injuries that appear to be non-life threatening.

The shooting happened near Hollywood and Highland intersection, outside of a shoe store.

Officer Irma Mota says Wednesday Corey McClendon was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with the shooting of rapper Young Dolph.

Some media outlets are speculating that the shooting may involve Young Dolph's ongoing dispute with fellow Memphis rapper Yo Gotti.

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Per the authorities, Dolph, born Adolph Thornton Jr., 32, was shot after an altercation with three men outside the Loews Hotel in Hollywood.

For some, finding out Dolph got shot was too much to handle after several breaking stories throughout an eventful Tuesday. The publication also named #Yo Gotti as one of the persons of interest for the Hollywood shooting. He is now in hospital in critical condition. At least one witness has reportedly placed Gotti at the scene.

Amazingly, this is not the first instance of Young Dolph being shot at multiple times - this year!

Earlier this year, the Memphis rapper's SUV was peppered with about 100 gunshots while he was performing in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The LAPD described the shooter as a black man last seen in a gold Cadillac Escalade.

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