Young Dolph’s untimely death generates huge sales for longtime girlfriend’s ‘Black Men Deserve Aging’ campaign
It seems like Dolph in his youth supporters are gathering around his longtime girlfriend, Mia Jaye, after his death.
According to reports, the passing of the late rapper has boosted business revenue for his girlfriend/mother of children. Mia Jaye. The businesswoman started the ‘Black Men Deserve to Grow Old’ campaign, running under her clothing brand Momeo, last year after her brother was unfortunately killed.
A Momeo brand manager recently shared that before Dolph in his youth pass, the apparel brand received about 20 orders per day. However, since Young Dolph was shot dead, the business now sells between 250 and 600 items a day. The brand director also revealed that a large portion of the sales increase for the social initiative involves a new campaign clothing item, a dedicated tribute hoodie. Young Dolph.
With a big boost in sales, Momeo plans to increase its philanthropy in the ‘BMDTGO’ campaign and help more families who are victims of gun violence.
Initially, Momeo’s goal was to sell about 3,000 products by the end of the year, with a third of the proceeds going directly to grieving families. However, thanks to a large number of people who have recently purchased items from Mia Jaye’s clothing brands, that number will be reached next week.
As previously reported, the famous rapper Young Dolph was recently killed in his hometown of Memphis Tennessee. According to reports, the afternoon of 11/17 Young Dolph was inside Makeda’s Butter Cookies store when a car started firing through the front window, killing the rapper. Young Dolph 36 years old at the time of his death. He is survived by his longtime partner Mia Jaye and their two children.
On November 18 Mia Jaye shared a heartfelt message on her Instagram story to thank those who have shown her love and support during this difficult time. She writes,
“Thank you everyone for your prayers, love, support, calls, messages… I may not be able to see it all, but my eyes don’t tear up. I caught… a few. ”
“However, all really positive vibes, energy and prayers are welcome… because lord knows I need them.”
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