Back in late February, Young Dolph was shot at multiple times in Charlotte, North Carolina, during CIAA Weekend. No one was injured during the incident, which saw Dolph’s bullet proof SUV shot at up to 100 times. The shooting served as an inspiration behind Young Dolph’s Bulletproof, that released on April 1.

According to a new report by TMZ, fellow Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta turned himself in to police in Charlotte, North Carolina on Tuesday in connection with the shooting.

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Memphis based rap artist Blac Youngsta has turned himself in on charges filed in Charlotte NC. The warrants served were based on lyrics from rapper Young Dolph’s Bulletproof mixtape. Youngsta will await arraignment while he maintains innocence and no involvement with the incident,” says the report.

Youngsta, a protégé of Yo Gotti, has been beefing with Dolph over “personal issues” in recent years. Their problems follows Dolph and Yo Gotti’s on-going back-and-forth. Blac Youngsta, real name Sammie Marquez Benson, is being charged with three felony counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied dwelling/occupied vehicle.

Two other men surrendered to police in connection with the shooting, according to TMZ.

Previously: Young Dolph Releases Bulletproof Mixtape & “That’s How I Feel” Video with Gucci Mane