Young Dolph Isn’t Mad at the People Who Robbed Him Symone Daniels March 6, 2019 Hip Hop Community News, Hip Hop Entertainment | Hip Hop TV, Film and Video Games Young Dolph is taking the when they go low, we go high approach when it comes to the people who robbed him while at a restaurant. In an exclusive with TMZ, Young Dolph, real name Adolph Thornton Jr. says that he doesn’t care about having his jewelry stolen, “I really don’t give a damn about that shit. I’m too blessed and highly favored. It’s like shit like that and people like that and all of us put together is what makes the world go round. “ He then says people need to be able to deal with the effects of their actions, “ it’s like once you do shit you have to be able to stand on it and whatever the consequences are behind it, you have to be ready to deal with it.” He also goes on to say that despite what happened, he is good, “I’m straight. I’m in L.A. I’m about to go buy another car, spend me some more money on some more jewelry, go house shopping. My kids are good. Baby mama good. Everybody is good.” Dolph also says that he doesn’t blame the people who robbed him but he did have a message for them, “do what yall do, stay safe.” As we previously reported, over $500k worth of jewelry was stolen from Young Dolph including a Richard Millie watch worth $230,000 and two diamond chains worth around $57,000 and $27,000 while he was dining at an Atlanta Cracker Barrel earlier this week.