Young Dolph suspect Justin Johnson said he 'can't be f**ked with' in chilling last Instagram post

THE suspect identified in the murder of rapper Young Dolph warned that he “can’t be f**ked with” in a chilling last Instagram post.

Justin Johnson, 23, is wanted by cops in Memphis, Tennessee on charges including first-degree murder and property theft.

Authorities have described the suspect as being 5 feet, 8 inches tall, and has the name Jaiya inked on his right arm.

Johnson, who is also known as StraightDrop, is on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s (TBI) most wanted list, according to law enforcement authorities.

Cops said he has ties to organized crime and warned that he should be considered armed and dangerous.

He also has an outstanding warrant for violation of federal supervised release in a weapons case, according to law enforcement.

Days before the arrest warrant was issued, Johnson posted on Instagram: “They ain’t believe moma when she said her son can’t be f**ked with.”

On his profile, he appears to flaunt wads of cash and show off his cars and clothes.

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In one Instagram snap, he appears to be covering his face with his right hand while clutching a wad of his cash with his left.

He's wearing bling jewelry as well as various items of Gucci clothing.

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In another snap, he holds the cash like a fan and appears to be smelling it.

And, he uploaded a picture of himself where he is wearing a metal belt chain that bears the acronym PRE – Paper Route Empire.

PRE, a record label, was founded by Young Dolph – real name Adolph Robert Thornton Jr.

A combined reward of $15,000 has been put up for information that leads to Johnson's arrest.

Dolph was shot dead while he was at Makeda’s Cookes in Memphis in November last year.

The rapper's aunt Rita Myers told Rolling Stone that the family "doesn't have all the facts" relating to his death.

The owner of the store claimed someone drove up and shot and killed Dolph.

Surveillance footage released showed the alleged suspects holding guns outside the store. They appeared to be wearing face masks.

Just days before his death, Dolph was filmed at the store helping to advertise their products.

Dolph released his debut mixtape Paper Route Campaign in 2008 – years before his first studio album King of Memphis in 2016.

He collaborated with multiple rappers including 2 Chainz, Key Glock, T.I., Gucci Mane, and Megan Thee Stallion.

Megan Thee Stallion said Dolph was “so genuine” as she penned an emotional tribute following his death.

While trap music pioneer Gucci Mane said the rapper's death broke his heart.

Dolph was honored at the FedEx Forum in Memphis last month.

The artist was related to the late rapper Juice WRLD, who passed away following an accidental overdose.

Dolph left behind his two children that he reportedly shared with Mia Jayes.

At the time of his death, the rapper was estimated to be worth around $3million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

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