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All tickets have been claimed for Young Dolph's "Celebration of Life" service

With words from those who loved him best and performances in his honor from Paper Route Empire artists, the service pays tribute to the rapper and his music.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Rapper Young Dolph's loved ones will host a "Celebration of Life" honoring his life as a rapper, businessman, philanthropist, and family man this week.

The service, set for Thursday, Dec. 16, at noon at the FedExForum in Memphis, is open to the public. You must have a ticket, and by Monday afternoon, officials said all tickets had been claimed.

According to a release, the upcoming celebration of his life is the latest honor bestowed in his memory since his death. In a unanimous vote, the Memphis City Council resolved to name a to-be-determined street in Memphis in his honor. 

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The city of Memphis also declared that Nov. 17, the day he died, will be recognized as a Day of Service in the city.

No arrests have been made in Young Dolph's murder.

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