Two men have been placed under arrest as suspects in the fatal shooting of rapper Young Dolph, shot to death back in November.

Dolph, 36, was shot in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, according to Fox 13 Memphis. Dolph was shot through a bakery window by what was described at the times as an assailant or assailants in a vehicle.

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Makeda’s Butter Cookies shop owner Maurice Hill said the shooting occurred at approximately 1 p.m. local time on Nov. 17 in South Memphis. Dolph had been targeted in past attacks, according to TMZ.

The “100 Shots” rapper was struck by multiple bullets in Hollywood in 2017. He required surgery after being struck in the arms and buttocks. In early 2017, his SUV was also shot at more than 100 times in Charlotte, North Carolina.

A statement from the Memphis Police Department stated he was pronounced dead at the scene.

On Jan. 11, TMZ reported that a months-long manhunt has resulted in the capture of 23-year-old Justin Johnson, who was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals Officers  in Indiana, wanted on several charges including first-degree murder. In addition, 32-year-old Cornelius Smith was also booked on a first-degree murder that same day.

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Dolph’s fifth solo studio album, Rich Slave, marked his first and only top five album on the Billboard 200, debuting at no. 4. His latest release, 2021’s Dum and Dummer 2 with Key Glock marked the pair’s second top 10 project. Dolph also has collaborations with Megan Thee Stallion and Lil Yachty.

Stars have been taking to Twitter to share heartfelt tributes.