Young Dolph’s Children Have Designed Clothing Collections Honoring The Late Rapper 

Young Dolph’s fiancée Mia Jaye says their two kids are honoring his legacy with streetwear

Mia Jaye, fiancée of the late Young Dolph, has transformed her Black Men Deserve To Grow Old streetwear brand into a catalyst for healing and empowerment within her community, her family, and especially her two children—son Trey and daughter Aria—whom she shared with the acclaimed rapper.

Initiated in 2021 after the loss of Jaye’s brother, the BMDTGO movement took on a deeper personal significance on November 17 when Dolph was tragically shot outside Makeda’s Homemade Cookies in Memphis. Reflecting on this, Jaye expressed, “I had no idea that literally three months later from me launching that it would be myself. You know, my brother, we were like this, but [Dolph] was like my person, my soulmate, my children’s father.”

Under the BMDTGO banner, Jaye’s children have launched their own collections featuring shirts, socks, sweatshirts, and hats adorned with designs honoring their father. Despite their tender ages of 6 and 9, the children find empowerment in expressing their voice and witnessing their creations come to life.

In addition to her entrepreneurial pursuits, Jaye has become an advocate for justice in Dolph’s case, emphasizing that the fight is far from over. She expressed frustration with the lack of information and transparency surrounding the case, asserting, “I don’t want people thinking we’re good [or] we’re just plugging along. No, we’re not. I don’t even know what’s going on… That’s why I opened up my mouth because the feet still need to be held to the fire.”

Jaye’s concern heightened when she learned that the judge overseeing the case had recused himself, a fact she discovered through the media. Her plea is simple: “All I’m asking for is that they regard the family to the point where we at least get information first, before anyone else does.”

Undeterred by the challenges, Jaye remains vocal about seeking justice. She insists that those involved in the fatal shooting should face the full extent of the law, categorizing the tragedy as a premeditated capital murder. The trial against Justin Johnson and Corenelius Smith, charged with attempted murder and first-degree murder, is scheduled to commence with opening statements on March 11 under a new judge.

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