Young Dolphin’s wife Mia Jaye

The long-standing love of rapper Young Dolphin encourages black men to enjoy a long life filled with love, and he wanted it for his partner before his death.

Young Dolph In Concert - New York, NY

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Adolph “Young Dolph” Thornton, Jr. who was shot to death in Memphis today was more than a rapper, he was the father of a family with a profitable second spouse Mia Jaye and two young children, Tre and Aria.

Mia is the owner and podcaster of clothing brand “The Mom EO” who launched a campaign for gun violence and the aging of black men.

The last message she shared about her late partner was a Memphis mother who brushed their daughter’s hair and pointed out that she and several other black men deserve to live long enough to grow old.

“Koska 𝘋𝘰 𝘉𝘭𝘢𝘤𝘬 𝘔𝘦𝘯 𝘋𝘦𝘴𝘦𝘳𝝘a,” 𝘝𝘝😝😝 “Because it is their birthright! When God created each individual, He gave them a mission to fulfill, and when these men are taken out of this world prematurely, that Mission… Purpose… The mission may not be done.⁣

The task may be to raise children. Pour in them all their wisdom, power, and strength so that they can fulfill their purpose when they become a Man, and that child deserves to grow old too! ⁣


So when I support all black men who are 20 times more likely than their other male colleagues to die prematurely because of the violent crime in our community… I support these men to fulfill their purpose and make a positive impact on blacks. Community. I do this for the sake of the men in my family and your men… so help me spread the word…

#BlackMenandBoysDeserveToGrow Old⁣, ”Mia added, noting that the fathers depicted on slides 2, 4, 6 and 8 in her Instagram carousel were killed as a result of violent crimes.

“Let it sink,” he added.

Yes, so sad.

In March 2020, Young Dolph announced that she was considering retiring so she could be close to her children 24/7.

Prayers and condolences to Mia Jaye and Dolphin for the whole family.

Those with information about the shooting have been asked to call 901-528-CASH.


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