MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Rapper Young Dolph's loved ones will host a "Celebration of Life" honoring his life as a rapper, businessman, philanthropist, and family man this week.
The service, set for Thursday, Dec. 16, at noon at the FedExForum in Memphis, is open to the public. You must have a ticket, and by Monday afternoon, officials said all tickets had been claimed.
According to a release, the upcoming celebration of his life is the latest honor bestowed in his memory since his death. In a unanimous vote, the Memphis City Council resolved to name a to-be-determined street in Memphis in his honor.
The city of Memphis also declared that Nov. 17, the day he died, will be recognized as a Day of Service in the city.
No arrests have been made in Young Dolph's murder.