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Young Dolph’s legacy will be remembered this week through a series of events for public service throughout the nation to mark his one year anniversary devastating death.

The state where Dolph was born, Tennessee and Georgia have declared November 17 to be Adolph “Young Dolph” Thornton Jr. Day of Service In order to keep the spirit of generosity that he embodied The singer’s IdaMae Foundation is giving back to the local communities of cities across the country while encouraging others to do the same.

Whatever their location regardless of where they live, the public is encouraged to participate in acts of kindness on Thursday, in honor of his name. Paper Route Empire CEO, by using the hashtag #DolphDay on social media.

“[Dolph’s] community efforts and traditions will continue and much more,” the late rapper’s sister, Carlisa Brown, said. “His generosity will be with us, just as the way it was in his prior to the day of his death. We hope that all those who truly believed in him will see Young Dolph Service Day as an opportunity to give back and provide those who need assistance in the same way as he did.”

In Young Dolph’s home town of Memphis The IdaMae Foundation — named after his grandmother will provide free haircuts, lunches for free and winter clothes within the Hospitality Hub, while in Atlanta the foundation will be handing free haircuts and meals on the Evolution Center.

The foundation is also using the Confess Project of America’s national barbershop network to offer free haircuts, as well as mental health resources throughout Arkansas, Texas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Ohio and California.

As a child, Dolph learned how to cut hair for his mother and grandma and eventually, using the money to buy his first musical equipment.

“Young Dolph’s Day of Service solidifies his legacy of philanthropy and compassion,” former Tennessee State Senator Katrina Robinson added. “Dolph has done so much to be more than an Hip Hop artist. The day of his service is not just a time to remember his achievements but also to encourage the next generation to become an inspiration to their own like he was.”

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Young Dolph was tragically killed on the 17th of November 2021 as he was buying Makeda’s cookies in Memphis. There have been four arrests made within the investigation Three suspects facing first-degree murder charges.

The most recent person to be detained is Hernandez Govan, 43, who was indicted for charges of murder in the first degree, attempted murder, as well as conspiracy to commit murder in the first degree by an indictment by a grand jury this week. Police believe he was person who ordered the killing on Dolph.