Charges Dismissed Against Blac Youngsta For Shooting At Young Dolph 100 Times

The Memphis rapper is celebrating a big victory in Charlotte, North Carolina.

(AllHipHop News) Blac Youngsta scored a huge victory in court today over charges he shot up Young Dolph's SUV in Charlotte, North Carolina.

All six felony charges against the Memphis rapper in connection to the shooting have been tossed, and he is officially off the hook in the case, where he could have faced hundreds of years in prison.

The wild shootout took place near the end of the CIAA college basketball tournament in February of 2017 and targeted fellow Memphis rapper, Young Dolph.

The gunfire was blamed on a feud between Yo Gotti and Young Dolph, who were beefing with each other just before the shootout, where over 100 rounds were sprayed at Dolph, who happened to be in a bulletproof SUV.

The Charlotte D.A.'s office decided to drop all of the charges because they could not connect Blac Youngsta to the vehicle used to roll up on Dolph, nor could they find any forensic evidence linking him to the shooting.

Furthermore, Blac Youngsta had an alibi since he was in Durham, North Carolina when the shooting took place.

Yo Gotti's manager Howard "Keon" Wright was sentenced to 10 years for his role in the shootout during CIAA weekend.