Justin Johnson has been suspected of killing Memphis rapper Young Dolph in cold blood. Johnson, who is also known as rapper Straight Dropp, claimed he would turn himself in. Johnson then changed his mind and refused to turn himself in. Straight Dropp then released out a new music video that makes some chilling connections to Dolph’s murder.
Straight Dropp dropped the video on January 10th, before he was captured by police. The song, “Track Hawk,” has some potentially incriminating lyrics. Johnson specifically rhymed about killing people with guns.
“I can’t let no man get up on me, that’s too close to dying No more lurk, don’t need no addy Spot something moving, then I’m firing Treat these hoes for what they worth Ain’t cuffing, none of these hoes ain’t mine Killing sh*t yeah, I stay fresh as f*ck, but I don’t even be trying Round table with some bosses Sipping Wockhardt, not no coffee Tryna get rich or die trying Leave me with fifty in my coffin In the trap, I’m serving off and running sh*t up, ain’t no walking When we slide it’s SRT, track something down, we gеt to hawking”
The second verse of the track also has a reference to violence. It also refers to being on the run. The lyrics are very telling.
“Feds watching on fake pages, don’t up guns up in my camera Keep my mask, the only time he see my face when I’ma blam him”
Johnson was arrested in Indiana recently and will now face charges for his involvement in the killing of Young Dolph. When the video was released, he was still a free man. It’s also very likely this song was recorded after Young Dolph’s murder.
It seems Straight Dropp wanted to get out one last track before he spends a long time behind bars. Now we will have to watch this play out in court, a process that can take a lot longer than it needs to.
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