Young Dolph ‘Too Blessed’ to Be Mad at Thieves Who Stole $500K

Young Dolph 'Too Blessed' to Be Mad at Thieves Who Stole $500K
Young Dolph has the crowd on their feet with his hits song at the Radio One BirthDay Bash Atlanta Georgia June 18, 2016 At Phillips Arena (Photo credit: Jamie Lamor Thompson /

Young Dolph is in good spirits despite being robbed on February 27. The rapper’s Mercedes-Benz G-Class truck was broken into as he dined at a Cracker Barrel in Fairburn, Georgia, reports TMZ.

While robbers managed to get away with $500,000 worth of jewelry and other possessions, Dolph isn’t holding any grudges. The Memphis native revealed that he’s not mad at the assailants, during a brief run-in with TMZ. “I was in a restaurant, they broke in the car, know what I’m saying? Typical bulls**t. I really don’t give a damn about that s**t. I’m too blessed and highly favored, you know what I mean? It’s like, s**t like that, people like that, all of us put together, that’s what makes the world go around,” he explained.

The “Major” emcee may not be too bothered by the recent, he does think the thieves should be aware of the consequences of their actions. “Once you do s**t, you gotta be able to stand on it and whatever the consequences is behind it, you gotta be ready to deal with it,” he added.

Reiterating just how unfazed he is, Dolph said, “I’m straight. I’m in L.A. I’m finna go buy another car, finna go spend me some more money on some more jewelry, finna go house shopping, know what I mean? My kids, good. Baby mama, good. Everybody is good.”

“Do what y’all do. Be safe,” he said sending well wishes to the robbers.