The business of Young Dolph’s partner Mia Jaye is booming following the death of the rapper. The 36-year-old was shot dead while buying cookies in his Tennessee hometown on Nov. 17.

Sales proceedings from Black Men Deserve To Grow Old campaign’s department has seen an unprecedented surge, with MomEo currently receiving 250-600 orders per day; a tremendous jump from 20 orders per day before the rapper’s passing.

The hot ticket item was created in the memory of the “100 Shots” rapper. The hoodie comes in a couple of shades of blue and costs $70.50 retail with “Black Men Deserve To Grow Old” written across the garment’s chest with a black and white photo of Dolph in the middle.

One-third of the sales proceeds will be spent on charitable efforts in order to provide support to the families of gun violence victims in the U.S. Several philanthropic organizations have already contacted Jaye to offer their services to grieving families.

Jaye, who shared two children with the late rapper, a daughter named Aria and a son named Tre, took to Instagram to thank fans for their support one day after the death of her partner.

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Manik Aftab

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