Jeremiah Taylor, a Memphis native, kept up the appearance of the late Young Dolph's mural
Devastation has become an unfortunate theme in Memphis over the last six months or so, and very likely, beyond that. With the passing of Young Dolph, the city mourns.
Memphis native Snootie Wild was also recently shot and killed. Now, the man who would upkeep the late Dolph's mural that fronted Makeda's Cookie Shop, has repoterdly been shot and killed last week.
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According to Fox13, Jeremiah Taylor was shot and killed near Getwell Road in Memphis, his friend says.
Frank Gottie, friend of Taylor, said, ”Jeremiah was a great person and he was so on point. He was helpful… he would try to help anybody.”
Taylor told ABC13 that he spent 15 minutes each day, up-keeping the growing memorial. The mural at Makeda's is the location where Dolph was shot and killed.
This is an ongoing investigation, as well as the killing of Snootie Wild and Young Dolph.