Young Dolph’s Partner Mia Jaye Seemingly Speaks Out Against People Blaming PnB Rock’s Girlfriend For His Death: Ya’ll Fake Internet Thugs Are Truly Evil A** People Who Like To Pour Salt On Open Wounds
Young Dolph’s partner, Mia Jaye has a message for people blaming PnB Rock’s girlfriend for his untimely death!
As you may already know, On Monday afternoon (Sept. 12) rapper PnB Rock (born Rakim Hasheem Allen) was fatally shot amid a robbery while eating at Roscoe’s House Of Chicken and Waffles restaurant with his girlfriend in South Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles police Capt. Kelly Muniz, the rapper was shot almost immediately after the shooting suspect demanded he hand over his jewelry. Muniz said:
“He shot the victim and ran out the side door to a getaway car and then fled the parking lot.”
Since then, celebrities and fans have been speaking out on PnB’s tragic death, some even blaming his girlfriend for the incident. Just minutes before he was shot, his girlfriend, Stephanie Sibounheuang shared a picture of them eating out at the restaurant and pinned her location to her Instagram story. Many found this to be a contributing factor in his death.
Now, Mia Jaye–fiance of the late Young Dolph— has a message for those blaming Stephanie for PnB Rock’s death. Mia recently took to her Instagram Story to share her disdain for the negative comments she’s seen from people blaming PnB Rock’s girlfriend for his murder. In part, Mia wrote:
“All you f**ing disgusting human beings who attack the women and family who has to deal with the loss of their loved one every f**ing day are just as bad as the shooter…Your toxic a**, scroll the internet to spew hate, lies and believe anything without using your empty a** brain and dont process the bullsh*t you believe or see..”
She later shared a message revealing that she is still mourning the loss of her partner despite appearing happy on social media. See her post below:
As previously reported, on November 17, Young Dolph was fatally shot in his hometown of Memphis Tennessee while visiting a bakery. The “Case Closed” rapper was 36 at the time of his passing. According to Young Dolph’s autopsy report, he was shot a total of 22 times. Earlier this year, Justin Johnson, 23, and Cornelius Smith, 32, were named as wanted suspects for their alleged involvement with Young Dolph’s death. On January 11 reports surfaced that both men were in police custody.
According to reports, detectives from the LAPD are working nonstop to track down PnB Rock‘s killer, even alerting local pawn shops to keep an eye out for the jewelry stolen off the rapper’s neck.