/  12.01.2021

Mia Jaye, the longtime partner of Young Dolph, shared a touching tribute to her social media after he was laid to rest in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.

On Wednesday (Dec. 1), Jaye took to Instagram to share a compilation of photos of the late rapper with his family. “I have two angels watching over me,” she wrote on a photo of herself with Dolph and her brother Jeremy Jerdine, who also lost his life to gun violence.

“Long Live My King… My Heart… My Soulmate… I love you,” the Momeo founder captioned the post. Jaye and the late Memphis MC share two young children together.

As REVOLT previously reported, Dolph was shot and killed on Nov. 17 as he purchased cookies inside Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies in Memphis. Video surveillance of two gunmen was released to the public, however, there have not been any arrests so far.

In the images, the two suspects — who were dressed in grey sweatpants, dark hoodies and white face masks — opened fire in the parking lot in front of the bakery. One gunman appeared to be holding a pistol, while the other was armed with a Draco AK-47. They then fled the scene in a white Mercedes, which was later located at an abandoned house just miles from where the “RNB” emcee was killed.

On Tuesday (Nov. 30), Dolph was laid to rest during a private ceremony that took place at First Baptist Church in his hometown. Fox 13 reporter Jeremy Pierre tweeted photos of the funeral program, which included one picture of the 36-year-old and his grandmother together on an airplane. Pierre said it was the first time Dolph’s grandma had flown in a plane.

Check out Jaye’s post below.


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