DaBaby, DaniLeigh, and Why You Shouldn’t Procreate With Terrible People
I will never understand why people willingly choose to broadcast their drama to the world on social media, but by now we should all be used to DaBaby delivering chaos and bullshit to the masses.
The rapper, still reeling from a controversy of his own making this summer, started the week by broadcasting his dispute with background dancer turned musical headliner DaniLeigh — who happens to be the mother of his youngest child — via Instagram Live. As she bottle-fed their daughter, DaBaby tried to remove her from his home before ultimately calling the police in order to do so. Following the call, the two artists traded posts on their Instagram Stories, in which DaBaby managed to work in promo. [blankstare.gif]
In his post, DaBaby that wrote his intentions were to “swiftly remove myself from any of the ‘hostile’ behavior put on display moments ago.” He added that he recorded the argument for his protection before proceeding to end by plugging his upcoming tour and recent EP, Back On My Baby Jesus Sh!t AGAIN. Finding a way to turn domestic violence into a marketing opportunity says many things about DaBaby, but none especially positive about his parenting.
Yet as he sees it, “I’m a father first always, and always will be.” Throwing out the mother of your baby begs to differ. Broadcasting your booting her from your spot as she feeds your daughter doesn’t help much in the way of convincing either.
In her remarks about what happened, DaniLeigh says she’s been living with DaBaby since having their child a few months ago. She says that he randomly asked her to leave the house that night over what she perceives to be his desire to entertain other women. Upon the arrival of the Charlotte Police Department, DaBaby told officers he had been assaulted by DaniLeigh, and according to WSCOTV, she was subsequently served with a “criminal summons for simple assault” and a “second count of simple assault” based on Sunday’s actions.
Finding a way to turn domestic violence into a marketing opportunity says many things about DaBaby, but none especially positive about his…