Dmuney reportedly passed away after he made fun of the ‘100 Shots’ spitter’s death on Facebook as one person warns others, ‘RIP but this gon be a lesson to other n***as that think dissing the dead cool.’
AceShowbiz -A Memphis comedian died reportedly after making fun about Young Dolph murder. Dmuney is believed to have been killed after he joked about the death of the Memphis rapper on Facebook.
Say Cheese TV posted the news on its Instagram page. “Memphis comedian Dmuney murdered after many believe it’s because he was joking about Young Dolph on Facebook after he was murdered,” read the post, before citing part of the alleged offensive joke, ” ‘I love my city we so gangsta.’ “
Prior to his passing, Dmuney reportedly wrote on Facebook, “MANEEEE THEM FOLKS JUST KILLED YOUNG DOLPH I LOVE MEMPHIS CUH WE SO GANGSTA,” adding laughing emojis. He continued, “MANE CUHH IF YEEN FROM MEMPHIS OR IF YEEN THE POLICE JUST QUIT TRYNA SOLVE YOUNG DOLPH MURDER. THESE FOLKS DONE CAME & LOCKED MY GMA UP.”
Details of Dmuney’s death are not immediately available and it has not been confirmed if his passing had something to do with his joke about Dolph, but people on the Internet appear to believe so. They took to the comment section of the comedian’s last Instagram post to weigh in on the news.
“RIP but this gon be a lesson to other n***as that think dissing the dead cool,” one person wrote, cautioning others against doing the same thing. Another added, “Now try dissing Dolph in the #afterlife.”
Dolph was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee on November 17. He was gunned down while shopping inside Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies, which he frequented whenever he was back home. He was reportedly picking up cookies for his mother at the store.
Two unidentified gunmen fled in a white two-door Mercedes-Benz. As search for the suspects remains at large, Chief of Memphis Police Department, CJ Davis, recently asked public for patience and implored that they don’t rely on social media for answer.
Meanwhile, Dolph’s family released first official statement on his passing on Wednesday, November 24. “There are no words that exist, that sufficiently express the pain we are feeling as a family,” the statement began. “Losing Adolph, Dolph, Man-Man, changes our lives forever. And while we will take each day as it comes, we are comforted in knowing that he leaves a legacy that reflects his heart. A heart that was for his family. A heart that was for the people.”
“We are grateful for the outpouring of love. We are grateful that his godly obligation to show kindness to the world is being acknowledged,” the family continued to state. “As a family, we were blessed to call him our son, our nephew, our brother, our cousin, our partner and our Father. And now, we have the honor of calling him our angel. A role he has always played.”
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