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Young ‘murderer’ Dolph Justin Johnson dropped song about ‘shot’ the day he promised to surrender to police before being arrested

JUSTIN Johnson, the suspect involved in Young Dolph’s death, dropped a song about “shots” the same day he promised to surrender to the police.

Justin Johnson was arrested yesterday at around 3pm local time in Indiana after a “coordinated investigation,” according to the governors of the United States.

Justin Johnson arrested in Indiana in connection with the murder of rapper Young Dolph

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Justin Johnson arrested in Indiana in connection with the murder of rapper Young DolphCredit: Instagram
An arrest warrant for Johnson has been issued by multiple authorities

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An arrest warrant for Johnson has been issued by multiple authoritiesCredit: US Marshals
Rapper Young Dolph was shot dead at Makeda Cookies in Memphis on November 17, 2021

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Rapper Young Dolph was shot dead at Makeda Cookies in Memphis on November 17, 2021Credit: Getty

On January 5, the Marshals of the United States, Memphis Police Department and Tennessee The Investigation Department has issued an arrest warrant for Justin Johnson, 23, related to Dolph .’s November 2021 murder.

Investigators charged Johnson with first-degree murder, first-degree murder and burglary for $10-60,000.

Johnson released a new single, Track Hawk, on Monday alongside a music video where he rapped about “shots” – days after announcing he would be back.


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“I can’t let any man get up on me, that’s too close to death. No more hiding, no need to be enchanted. Detecting something moving, then I shoot.” Johnson, who wrote the rap name Straight Dropp, sing rap.

“Fifty shots in twenty seconds, this *** moves as fast as sand… Aside from the state, I’m still tied up, I’ve been cut all over in Atlanta.

“Hold on to my mask, the only time he saw my face when I blamed him,” Johnson added.

“Just like Nick, I keep that cannon, play and see what makes it.”

On Saturday, Johnson took to his social media page to not only say he is not guilty but to announce that he will turn himself in to the police on Monday.

Johnson maintained his innocence, writing, “Getting Back On Myself On Monday 2018 I’m Innocent I’ll Be Back Sooner Than You Can Blink.”

When asked if Johnson would turn himself in as promised on social media, the Memphis Police Department told The US Sun it “did not receive any updates” about it.

Johnson announced he would turn himself in to the Shelby County Jail; however, the county Sheriff’s Office confirmed to US newspaper The Sun that he did not do so Monday afternoon.

A spokesman added that there was no indication he did so on Tuesday morning before he was arrested hours later when authorities “arrested” him.

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The US Marshals said: “After coordinated investigation by the U.S. Marshals of the Two Rivers Violent Escape Task Force and the Great Lakes Area Escape Task Force, Justin Johnson was arrested today. ”

A joint press conference with US Marshal Tyreece Miller, Memphis Police Chief CJ Davis and Shelby County Attorney General Amy Weirich will be held tomorrow.

Based on Fox13Memphis, Johnson was recently released several months with a 5-year prison sentence.

Johnson pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated assault after shooting three people at a bowling alley in 2017.

Shelby County Judge Chris Craft approved a motion to suspend Johnson’s five-year prison sentence after the 23-year-old had served a little more than five months.

“He seemed like a very impressive young man with no track record and he always acknowledged all that he had done,” Craft told the magazine.

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Another suspect, Cornelius Smith was transferred to Shelby County Jail from DeSoto County Jail, where he has been held since his arrest on December 9, according to a statement by Weirich.

Smith was indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on a first-degree charge in the fatal shooting Young Dolph, whose real name is Adolph Robert Thornton Jr.

He was also charged with additional counts of first-degree murder, possession of a firearm, use of a firearm to commit a dangerous felony, and burglary of more than $10,000.

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
Justin Johnson shows off cash and raps about'shot' in his new music video, Track Hawk

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Justin Johnson shows off cash and raps about ‘shot’ in his new music video, Track HawkCredit: Drop straight

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Johnson previously uploaded a photo of himself Instagram Where is his page? wears a belt with the PRE logo – Paper Route Empire, a record label founded by Dolph.

Some pictures on his social media page show Johnson wearing a sports designer outfit, holding a stack of money in his hand and posing next to cars with flash lights.

Dolph, 36, is was shot down in his hometown of Memphis while at a cookie shop in the city.

Maurice Hill, owner of Makeda Cookies, says Fox13 his staff said Dolph Enter the store to buy cookies.

The owner then assumed someone drove up and shot inside the store, killing the rapper.

Officials have offered a $15,000 reward for information leading to Johnson’s arrest.

Authorities say Johnson has ties to organized crime and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Johnson has maintained his innocence in the rapper's murder

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Johnson has maintained his innocence in the rapper’s murderCredit: AP
Dolph was 36 years old at the time of his death

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Dolph was 36 years old at the time of his deathCredit: Getty

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