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Young Dolph autopsy report shows rapper, 36, brutally shot 22 times in ‘head, neck and torso’ at cookie shop

RAPPER Young Dolph was brutally shot 22 times in the head, neck and torso when he was killed at Makeda Homemade Cookies, an autopsy has shown.

Report from the West Tennessee The Office of Medical Examiner has been made public.

Young Dolph was shot down outside a Memphis bakery in November 2021

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Young Dolph was shot down outside a Memphis bakery in November 2021Credit: Getty Images – Getty
Cornelius Smith, who was arrested again in December, has been indicted on charges related to Young Dolph's death

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Cornelius Smith, who was arrested again in December, has been indicted on charges related to Young Dolph’s deathCredit: Shelby County Sheriff’s Office & # 039; S
Justin Johnson was arrested by the US Marshals after being named a suspect in the murder of Young Dolph

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Justin Johnson was arrested by the US Marshals after being named a suspect in the murder of Young DolphCredit: AP: Associated Press

36 years old, full name is Adolph Thornton Jr.died at the crime scene, according to reports.

The release of the autopsy report quickly caught the attention of fans, who took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

“Why did the baby dolphin autopsies report even come out, that should have been kept private,” one user tweeted.

“I don’t care how many times Young Dolph was shot. That’s amazing,” another tweeted.

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“They just released the official autopsy results of Young Dolph and honestly they can keep it. Those details are NOT necessary. Long Live Dolph,” another tweet read.

Young Dolph is buying cookies from the shop, in his hometown Memphiswhen he was shot down on November 17, 2021.

Maurice Hill, owner of Makeda Homemade Cookies, said his employees told him Dolph walked into the store to buy cookies, according to FOX13.

Hill later testified that someone drove to the store and opened fire inside, killing the rapper.

Two men, Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smithhas been charged with murder, attempted murder and theft.

The attempted murder charges involve Young Dolph’s brother, who was also at the cookie shop at the time of the shooting.

According to reports, the vehicle involved in the shooting was stolen during a carjacking last week, leading to a theft charge.

Both men will return to court on March 24, according to reports.

Two other men, Devin Burns and Joshua Taylor, were designated as persons of interest in the incident.

Burns was arrested on February 22 and charged with four counts of aggravated assault and one count of burglary, ABC24 reported.

It is unclear what role the two may have played in the shooting.

The fifth man, Shundale Barnett, has an arrest warrant for his role in the shooting, according to reports.

Barnett’s arrest was announced by the U.S. Marshals on January 11. He is being held in a Indiana prison awaiting extradition to Memphis. But prison records show he is no longer behind bars.

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He was allegedly an accessory in the rapper’s death and allegedly tried to kill Thorton’s brother, who was also at the bakery at the time of the shooting.

His whereabouts are still unknown.

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