Yo Gotti Associate Held On $1 Million For Shooting Young Dolph

A man who is known for shooting at people on behalf of Yo Gotti is sitting behind bars for his role in a fight that left Young Dolph shot.

(AllHipHop News) A man known to authorities in Memphis, Tennessee, has been arrested for the broad-day light shooting of rapper Young Dolph.

Young Dolph, Adolph Thornton, Jr., was shot yesterday (September 26) during a fight with three men near the valet parking area of the Loews Hollywood Hotel.

Police have charged Corey McClendon, 43, in connection to shooting Young Dolph and are currently holding him on $1 million bail.

In 2010, an arrest warrant was issued for Yo Gott, after an incident with fellow rapper OG Boo Dirty, born Lance Taylor.

Yo Gotti, born Mario Mims, and OG Boo Dirty argued with several other men at Level II Nightclub, which resulted in a shootout that left six people injured.

In January of 2011, a judge dismissed all of the charges against Yo Gotti, due to lack of witnesses, while OG Boo Dirty cleared of attempted murder and a charge of attempting to incite a riot.

According to cops, McClendon was among the men charged in connection with the Level II shootout.