Memphis Rapper CEO Jizzle, Young Dolph‘s cousin Shot at Lil Baby Concert
Memphis, TN – Memphis-based rapper CEO Jizzle, who is known to be the cousin of the late Young Dolph, found himself in the midst of a shocking incident as he was shot while attending a Lil Baby concert at the FedEx Forum on Thursday night. Videos circulating on social media show Jizzle recovering in the hospital, offering a stern message to his adversaries.
In the footage, CEO Jizzle can be seen in a hospital bed, connected to medical equipment with bloody bandages covering his chest and torso. Despite his injuries, he emphasizes the importance of prayers for himself and his enemies, urging people to “pray for me, but pray for the oppos 10x harder.”
CEO Jizzle also made a defiant statement, declaring that no “fuck boy” could take him down. He urged blogs to stop featuring him because he’s a “dog,” implying his resilience and toughness in the face of adversity, suggesting that “this shit concrete,” referring to his body’s ability to withstand gunshots.
Multiple videos captured the terrifying moment of the shooting, as well as CEO Jizzle being wheeled out of the venue on a stretcher.
The Memphis Police Department responded promptly to the incident, which occurred at 191 Beale Street, the address of the FedEx Forum, at 10:23 p.m. on Thursday night. Lil Baby was headlining the concert as part of his “It’s Only Us Tour,” with opening acts including GloRilla, Rylo Rodriguez, Gloss Up, and Hunxho.
The police department disclosed, “One adult male shooting victim was located and transported to Regional One Health in critical condition. At this time, the identity of the shooter is unknown. No other injuries were reported, and all have cleared the facility.” They requested anyone with information about the shooting to call 901-528-CASH.
Although Lil Baby has not yet publicly addressed the incident, GloRilla, one of the opening acts, briefly commented on it during a now-deleted Instagram Live video. She expressed shock at the situation, describing the chaos that unfolded and the unexpected violence in Memphis, where previous shows on the tour had not experienced such incidents.
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The shooting at the Lil Baby concert has left many fans and the hip-hop community concerned about the safety of artists and concertgoers in Memphis, raising questions about security measures at such events in the future.