Young Dolph spoke on how he got robbed a few days ago at a Cracker Barrel restaurant in Georgia.
The thieves broke into the rapper's 2018 Mercedes-Benz G63 when it was in the parking lot and walked away with cash, jewels, some Apple products, pricey sunglasses, a pistol, and other items totaling almost $500,000.
The police don't have any suspects yet, but over the weekend a man posted a video of himself wearing a Dolphin pendant that looks like Dolph's, but there's no proof if it's really his.
TMZ recently caught up with Dolph and asked how he feels about the robbery.
"I really don't give a damn about that sh*t," he said. "I'm too blessed and highly favored."
The "On God" rapper was then asked if he wants the thieves caught and arrested.
"Once you do sh*t you gotta be able to stand on it and whatever the consequences behind it, you got to be ready to deal with it," said Dolph, who once explained why he turned down a $22 million record deal. "I'm straight, I'm in L.A., I'm finna buy another car, I'm finna spend some more money on some more jewelry, finna go house shopping, my kids good, my baby mama good. I really don't give a damn about it."
You can check out Dolph's interview below.