Green praised both artists and the city of Memphis while sending his love to Dolph’s loved ones.
“Always want to send my love to [Dolph’s] family and the city of Memphis,” said Green. “He was a staple. He was someone who took care of the community and gave back. Stayed in his community. He touched his community. So, I send my love and respect.” He went on to say that he has a routine of playing music from the city his team lands in, going on to add that “Dolph is incredible.”
Green also made sure to say that he has no interest in entertaining conversations about animosity between rappers. “I don’t get in people’s beefs. I am a Yo Gotti fan as well,” said the basketball star. “I love Dolph’s music, I love Gotti’s music, I love Moneybagg [Yo]’s music. Like I said, I’m not from Memphis, I don’t live in Memphis, so I don’t get caught up in that. I love all their music.”
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Draymond Green ended his availability shouting out Young Dolph and Memphis rap music. The Warriors played three Dolph songs during practice and Green said it’s by design to play local music on a trip.
Also shouted out Yo Gotti’s Cocaine Muzik 2 as an all time fave. pic.twitter.com/cmBtlpjuoC
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