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DaBaby Says Accusations Made Against Him About Assaulting A Driver In Las Vegas Are ‘100% False’

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DaBaby is being accused of physically assaulting a driver after he and his friends started smoking in the vehicle. The rapper claims it’s NOT true. Deets inside…

DaBaby’s new album is titled Blame It On Baby, but don’t blame this alleged assault on him. He claims it’s NOT true.

An incident that allegedly went down in November is coming back to haunt the Charlotte rapper (real name Jonathan Kirk). According to TMZ, a driver – who’s name has not been released – went to pick up DaBaby and his friends in Las Vegas back in November. They all hopped into the driver’s Mercedes Sprinter van and after a few stops, they allegedly decided to smoke. After allegedly sparking a joint, the driver asked them to put it out and that’s when ish hit the fan. Supposedly.

The site reports:

Cops say the rapper and his friends started cursing out the driver and threatened him. When they got to the Hard Rock Hotel, the driver told his passengers it was time to pay up. The driver claims DB punched him in the back of the head and said, "You ain't the boss."

Our law enforcement sources say one of the suspects said, "You're lucky you're not in my city because I would have killed you cracker motherf***er." We're told DB and co. got their bags, but not before someone allegedly said they "would have left him (the driver) dead on the road."

So now, there’s an active arrest warrant out on DaBaby for misdemeanor battery.

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The “BOP” rapper claims the accusations aren’t true. He hopped on IG Stories to address the allegations, writing, “100% FALSE. Y’all stay positive. The devil gone always try you when you doing good.”

DaBay’s lawyer - Drew Findling - also told TMZ the same thing. He said it’s another attempted money grab.

"A 100% false accusation which suspiciously pops up in February regarding an alleged incident in November. We can smell another attempted money grab," his lawyer said.

This isn't the first time the "SUGE" rapper has been caught up in some assault drama. In March, he issued an apology after a video of him slapping a woman in the face as he walked through a crowded club surfaced. In January, surveillance footage captured him slapping a hotel worker who tried to sneak a picture of him and his kid. In that same month, he was also reportedly arrested in connection with the robbery of a club promoter in Miami back in January as well.

In December 2019, he was caught on video fighting a food stand employee at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport.

While his track record with physical assault doesn't look great, he's sticking to his "It Wasn't Me" story.



In music news, his new album Blame It On Baby is currently sitting at the No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.  Maybe this foolishness is all a PR stunt...


Photo: DaBaby's IG


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