Southern rapper Young Dolph is speaking out. The hip-hop artist has come forward to address a publicized North Carolina shooting.

Although slim with details, Dolph suggested jealously likely sparked last month’s massive gunfire attack.

“Whatever was going on, they couldn’t do it. They couldn’t. [laughs] Womp. Womp. Womp. Womp. Womp. [laughs] In Memphis, it’s a thing called people tricking people off the streets. That’s what we call that right there. You get people unfocused on what they’re doing. That’s all that is. Dolph’s done built himself up and built himself into becoming a superstar and they wanna throw Dolph off right quick, he’s doing too much. Come on, nah, the city, they mention Memphis, Dolph, nah, they can’t, he’s doing too much. Don’t get mad at me when I’m doing my thing and it’s like straight authentic. It’s just straight all real.” (TMZ)

Late last month, details surfaced about gunfire erupting in North Carolina.

Rapper Young Dolph was involved in a shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina on Friday night, when someone opened fire on his SUV. The rapper was in town for CIAA and, according to witnesses, someone hit Dolph’s truck head-on and fired more than 100 shots point blank. Thankfully, Dolph’s truck was allegedly bulletproof, and he escaped the gruesome attack unharmed. (BET)

Multiple vehicles reportedly ended up in the shooting attack.

Police in Charlotte are investigating a shooting in uptown Charlotte from Saturday night. According to police, the shooting happened around 6:39 pm along the 600 block of North Caldwell Street. Police on scene say about 100 shots were reportedly fired during the incident. This is near an apartment complex area and officers say there were multiple vehicles hit, multiple apartment units struck, but no injuries have been reported. (WBTV)

Footage and clips surrounding the near-death situation had scattered across the Internet.