One of Young Dolph's alleged killers, Justin Johnson, recently had his phone privileges removed while in jail after he recorded a song called “No Statements” on the facility’s phone. 

Judge Lee Coffee reportedly revoked the phone privileges of the man following the release of the track on November 10 via YouTube. The judge also placed restrictions on visitation to Johnson, and he is only allowed to meet lawyers. 

One of the lines in the song finds Johnson rapping, “The state say that I’m a paid killer. I seen my paperwork say I’m a real gravedigger.” Another line found Johnson referring to the incident as the “biggest case out of Memphis.” Johnson then bragged about the time he’s spent behind bars for what he calls a “lil body” in reference to Dolph. As of now, Johnson is awaiting trial for the murder of the Memphis rapper.  

source: Action 5 News