Young Dolph Hospitalized After Shooting In Los Angeles

Young Dolph at Trap music party

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.

Largest ever rough cut diamond sold at public auction nets 53 million
The only larger diamond previously unearthed was the 3,106-carat Cullinan Diamond, which was discovered in South Africa in 1905. The precious stone of 1.109 carats, discovered in Botswana in 2015, is now the property of the dealer british Graff Diamonds.

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.

Related News:



Most liked

President Trump Holds a Joint Press Conference With Prime Minister of Spain
Even the White House livestream got it wrong, referring to the event as a "Joint Press Conference with President Rajoy". Trump is also likely to face questions about the escalating tensions between America and North Korea .

SK Hynix to put 395 billion yen in Toshiba's chip unit sale
It contends that any transfer of Toshiba's memory operations without its consent would violate joint venture agreements. A final ruling on the dispute is not expected before 2019.

James Cameron-Tim Miller 'Terminator' Eyes Summer 2019 Date
The currently-untitled sixth Terminator movie is setting its sights on a release date of July 26, 2019. But I think that's a way to make it different than it was".

Trump, GOP tax reform plan reduces tax brackets, almost doubles deduction
Most business owners file taxes on their individual tax forms and pay the individual rates , which are as high as 39.6 percent. Kevin Brady who is a Texas Representative says that the reforms will result in the lowest tax cuts in modern business history.

European Jewry Decries Interpol Acceptance of Palestinian Authority As New Member
General Assembly recognized Palestine as a non-member observer state in 2012 and UNESCO approved it as a full member. He said he was concerned that the Palestinians would now issue Interpol "red notices", which the U.S.

Ben Stokes arrest throws England Ashes plans into chaos
On the other hand, the England and Wales Cricket Board has released a statement and has confirmed their absence in the 4th ODI. Both the players missed the training sessions on Tuesday and has been released from the squad for the final two games.

Residents flee as Southern California wildfire grows to 2K acres
An estimated 300 homes in Dominguez Ranch with between 1,000 and 1,200 residents were affected, Anaheim Fire & Rescue said. But with some lanes closed, traffic was backed up for several miles and delays continued through the morning commute.

Corrie legend Liz Dawn has died aged 77
Liz said she wished she had never smoked but also blamed performing in smoke-filled clubs for the illness. Actress Liz Dawn , who played Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street for more than three decades, has died.

'I don't care if Uber leaves Quebec,' says Montreal mayor
Ride-hailing company Uber says it will cease operating in Quebec next month if the province doesn't rescind new rules introduced last week.

Paris Saint-Germain vs. Bayern Munich: Probable line-ups and stats
The former PSG coach also said that he was not scared of his former club despite Bayern's problematic start to the new season. PSG looked relaxed ahead of their Champions League clash with Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.

Isaiah Thomas could return to Cavaliers by Christmas
Thomas's hip was so damaged that the Cavaliers felt the need to ask for additional compensation from the Celtics in the trade. Thomas averaged 28.9 points-per-game last season, which was third highest in the National Basketball Association .

North Korea appears to bolster defenses after USA bombers flight
It was designed as a show of force against North Korea amid an escalating war of words between Pyongyang and Washington. Earlier this month, Pyongyang fired its second missile in as many months over northern Japan into the Pacific Ocean.

Sessions Equates Student Protesters To KKK During Remarks On Free Speech
Sessions defended Trump's criticism of NFL players who chose to protest during the national anthem. And he said the Department of Justice will be making more such filings in weeks to come.

"Sunday Night Football" ratings were down, but Trump can't take the credit
Making a blanket statement about National Football League ratings being down for Week 2 rarely took that into consideration. The show's finale last week was seen by 15.6 million viewers, its biggest audience for a season-ender since 2010.

Otto Warmbier blind, deaf and 'jerking violently' on U.S. return, parents say
He was arrested and accused of removing a propaganda poster from his hotel, and sentenced to 15 years in prison. Mr Warmbier also said Otto also bore a large scar on his right foot and was running a high fever on his return.