Memphis rapper Yariel Crosby says he took ‘threats’ against him seriously

Karim Gordon, suspect in June 5 shooting of Dolph (pictured right), is seen here: Y’all got to keep the nigger close to home! Don’t let Dolph mess up the nasty neighborhoods of Memphis!!!!!! —…

Memphis rapper Yariel Crosby says he took ‘threats’ against him seriously

Karim Gordon, suspect in June 5 shooting of Dolph (pictured right), is seen here:

Y’all got to keep the nigger close to home! Don’t let Dolph mess up the nasty neighborhoods of Memphis!!!!!! — Yariel Crosby (@Jabeeezy) June 7, 2018

None of the above say anything about this nor is any link to Dolph or any other rappers who were specifically mentioned in his recent social media.

“I take other people’s threats seriously because in the past when you have a threat like that, you need to be careful because the consequences could be so detrimental,” Gene Reed said.

This threat was to potentially harm one of my dogs! For me, it’s not who it is, it’s that it’s being talked about. It’s like “that nigga Dolph might be in trouble.” For the audience that came to see Young Dolph on his recent tour, I want to let them know that I will be holding him up,” but especially talking to the Memphis people and the Memphis fans.”

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