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The drama between DaniLeigh and her baby daddy, DaBaby, continues weeks after the rapper tossed her out of his condo.

The pair dissed each other in a live-stream video that went viral last month.

Their embarrassing fallout, in front of millions, shamed the family and caused her Dominican mom to quit as her manager.

Still, DaniLeigh can't get enough of the rapper, even though he humiliated her.

The singer shaded DaBaby in a caption of a photo of her baby during a doctor's visit.

According to the blogs, she wrote: "Today [white heart emoji] doing it all alone but it's all good cause I love your love baby girl."

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Moments later, she edited the caption and wrote: "Today [white heart emoji] I love your love baby girl."

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The Neighborhood Talk's followers accused DaniLeigh of attention-seeking and using their infant daughter to bash her baby daddy publicly.

DaniLeigh's fans pleaded with her to seek help for her emotional issues.
 

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DaBaby got a cold reception at Rolling Loud California over the weekend. Attendees threw water bottles, drinks and other trash at DaBaby while he rocked the stage.

The rapper was nearly canceled after he went on a homophobic rant at Rolling Loud Miami in July.

DaBaby managed to salvage his career when he met with HIV/AIDS groups and promised to give them a cut of his Rolling Loud tour proceeds. He also went on an LGBT+ apology tour.

But the HIV/AIDS groups are still waiting for their money. Maybe that's why fans tossed trash at him?

There was some good news for the troubled rapper this month. A Las Vegas, Nevada judge dismissed an assault and battery case against him. The case was dismissed with prejudice, meaning it cannot be refiled. DaBaby was ordered to pay the alleged victim, Timothy Cobb, $7,500 in restitution.

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Danielle Leigh Curiel, best known by her stage name DaniLeigh, has been disowned by her own mother, who quit as her business manager.

The 26-year-old aspiring singer is best known for dating rapper DaBaby who fathered a daughter with her. DaniLeigh made headlines recently when she quarreled with the rapper who threw her out of his condo.

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The video of the argument went viral and gave fans a glimpse into DaniLeigh's troubled mind.

She was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault on DaBaby, and released on bond.

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In another video, her brother threatened to fight DaBaby.

It was a PR disaster and caused massive headaches for her management team led by her mother, Vicky Curiel, who abruptly quit.

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DaniLeigh announced the job opening on her Instagram, writing: "Looking for an amazing manager, hit my email."

Vicky took to social media, and said:

"I've taken this time to love myself, focus on myself, and reflecting on the fact that I've been living for others and not myself. Today, tomorrow, and for the rest of my life, I come first. You have to love yourself first before you can love anyone else. I didn't know that. I thank God for this opportunity & I look forward to my new life."

In response, DaniLeigh, a Miami native, listed her mother's mansion in the Dominican Republic for sale.

According to DaBaby, Vicky has never met her infant granddaughter.
 

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Rapper DaBaby is in hot water again after reportedly cutting ties with AIDS organizations.

Several AIDS organizations say DaBaby cut off communications after they asked for the funding he'd promised.

"Since [late Aug.], we have not received any outreach, partnership, or funding from DaBaby. The onus is now on him, if he chooses to, to convert his misinformation into allyship by supporting the work of the Black AIDS Institute and other people of color-led HIV organizations."

If you recall, the AIDS organizations forgave the troubled rapper after his career was canceled following his homophobic rant in Miami earlier this year.

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"If you didn't show up today with HIV/AIDS, any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that will make you die in 2, 3 weeks, put ya cellphone light in the air... Fellas, if you ain't sucking d*ck in the parking lot, put ya cellphone light in the air. Keep it f**king real!"

The backlash was swift and a plethora of summer music festivals dropped DaBaby from their lineups.

Black HIV leaders called for a meeting with the artist in an open letter on August 04 "to which DaBaby affirmatively responded."

After the meeting, they issued a glowing report and gave their blessing for DaBaby to resume touring -- as long as he gave them his tour proceeds. But those checks were never cut.

They said in a statement, at the time:

"During our meeting, DaBaby was genuinely engaged, apologized for the inaccurate and hurtful comments he made about people living with HIV, and received our personal stories and the truth about HIV and its impact on Black and LGBTQ communities with deep respect... DaBaby's willingness to listen, learn, and grow can open the door to an entirely new generation of people to do the same."

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DaniLeigh might spend the Christmas holidays behind bars after her fight with rapper DaBaby over the weekend.

DaBaby wisely called police after the 26-year-old singer/rapper allegedly attacked him when he ordered her to leave his condo with their 3-month-old baby girl.

"I just want her peacefully removed, which they need to hurry up (and) do as we speak," he said on IG Live. "I ain't even want that behavior on display but it's OK, man this too shall pass, it's all good."

North Carolina officers responded to DaBaby's call and arrested DaniLeigh. A police source tells TMZ she is facing two counts of simple assault. She may face jail time if convicted.

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DaniLeigh, born Danielle Leigh Curiel to Dominican parents, is seen in Instagram Live videos yelling at the rapper.

"This man is mad bc I had a plan b sent to his condo," she claimed on social media.

"All he wanna do is cum in me with no responsibility... Obviously he [probably] want me out so he can f**k on his baby mother and other hoes who been known we been together this whole time while I just had my first child. This all goes to say that this man is a f**king coward!"

She also accused DaBaby of sleeping with his other baby mama and a plethora of groupies.

DaniLeigh appeared depressed, exhausted and unkempt as she raged at her baby daddy, who accused her of moving into his condo with their baby and 2 suitcases.

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DaniLeigh, pictured in March, admitted she tried to play house with DaBaby in an effort to domesticate him, but he refused to play along.

"This all goes to say that this man is a f–king coward !!!!!" she shouted. She added that she was asleep after cooking him dinner when he came in with his assistants and tried to kick her out.

"Ima learn and Ima grow ... but this right here ain't it.. and I'm sorry to my baby that her father is kicking her out her home at 3 months," she said.

Someone edited DaniLeigh's Wikipedia page to drag DaBaby to say he went live on DaniLeigh's Instagram to "gaslight, disrespect and embarrass both mother & child".
 

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Rapper DaBaby denied kicking his 3rd baby mama, DaniLeigh, and their child out of his home over the weekend.

The drama started when DaBaby filmed the obviously distressed singer feeding their 3-month-old daughter. At one point, she held up a pillow to prevent him from filming her.

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DaBaby later claimed the singer hit him and yelled at him while chasing him around his home.

DaBaby's assistant stopped by and told her boss to handle the situation. At which point he made a video to clear the air.

He claimed he called the police for his own safety after Danileigh showed up at his house with their child and two suitcases.

He accused her of stalking his first baby mama and he called the police because she wouldn't leave his home.

"We're not about to do that," DaBaby said in in updated video.

"Me and Danileigh is not together... We do not go together. She does not live with me. I been made it clear... this is not what we doing. I care about my kids fa real. My kids ain't no marketing schemes..."

DaBaby admitted, "I done skeeted in the wrong thang."

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Minutes later, Danileigh stood over DaBaby as he livestreamed. She even swatted her manicured fingers at his cell phone.

"Somebody need to come and make shorty leave," the rapper pleaded.

"I already left your ass," she said. "You want to get on line to talk shit and put everybody in our business trying to act like we haven't been together," she said.

She claimed DaBaby was doing what all rappers do: sleep around with a bunch of groupies. For some reason she thought she was special and that he wouldn't cheat on her.

DaniLeigh criticized DaBaby for allegedly abandoning her when she was pregnant and using their personal private life to promote his EP and upcoming tour.

DaBaby's rap career was resurrected from the ashes after LGBT+ groups gave him their blessings to go on tour.

He was nearly cancelled for his homophobic rant in Miami earlier this year.
 

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Joe Budden caused rampant speculation on social media when he said he was bisexual during his podcast.

During a heated discussion with his co-hosts about DaBaby "bowing down" to LGBT+ groups, Budden said:

"How do I spread this news? How do I spread the word. Yo, listen, I like guys and girls. Spread the word. I'm down."

Many believed he confirmed his down low/bisexual lifestyle after years of rumors and innuendo.

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But one woman who knows Budden intimately said he's far from being bisexual.

Tahiry Jose, who appeared on Love & Hip Hop: New York alongside Budden, reacted to the viral video clip on Thursday.

"Joey may be a women beater but far from Bi...," she tweeted. She drove her point home in a series of tweets:

"Na, I would've known! We did things. And I'm submissive... ONLY IN BED! So that's a hard pass. No point intended. Lol.

"I've put the past behind me... THANK YOU THERAPY... Phone please stop ringing!!!! He's a calculated person, a smart person, so smart, it hurts him a lot of the times! Stay tuned!

"I mean he got a little money now and ninjas that ain't never had nothing might just get excited, bored & want to try new things. If so... please let him LIVE!"

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Joe Budden caused a meltdown on Black Twitter when he appeared to reveal his down low/bisexual lifestyle during a podcast.

Budden and his co-hosts had a heated discussion about rapper DaBaby "bowing down" after an LGBT+ group approved his 16-city Rolling Loud Tour.

DaBaby made a spectacular comeback after his anti-homosexual rant in Miami nearly derailed his career earlier this year.

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During the podcast discussion, Budden said, "Listen, I like boys and girls. Spread the word. I'm down."

The reaction on Black Twitter was mostly positive. Some fans congratulated him for speaking his truth, while others questioned whether Budden was jumping on the ghey-for-pay bandwagon.

Budden took to Twitter when he began trending and wrote: "Ahhhhhhh, i see the word got out!! Continue to spread the word pls."

Budeen, 41, joins Lil Nas X, Frank Ocean, Azalia Banks, Megan Thee Stallion, and others who claim to be openly ghey or bisexual.

Still sitting on the fence are Trey Songz, A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert, and others.

Budden has dated women in the past, including Cyn Santana, Yaris Sanchez and Kaylin Garcia. The retired rapper has two children.

Watch the podcast below.
 

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Rapper DaBaby reportedly met with leading Black HIV activists representing nine HIV organizations across the U.S., according to a press release.

The private virtual meeting was held on Tuesday, August 31, "to discuss HIV facts and share personal stories of living and thriving with HIV."

The meeting followed an open letter signed by 125 HIV organizations to DaBaby after he hurled anti-HIV comments at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami in July.

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DaBaby, real name Jonathan Kirk, was "canceled" following his Rolling Loud performance. Multiple summer festivals canceled his concert bookings, costing him over a million dollars in revenue.

The Black HIV leaders called for a meeting with the artist in an open letter on August 04 "to which DaBaby affirmatively responded," according to the press release.

The organizations provide HIV education and direct services to Black heterosexual men and women and LGBTQ communities across the southern United States, which account for the majority of new HIV cases. Last week, GLAAD also released findings from the 2021 State of HIV Stigma Study, funded by the Gilead COMPASS (COMmitment to Partnership in Addressing HIV/AIDS in Southern States) Initiative which found only 42% of Americans know that people living with HIV cannot transmit the virus while on proper treatment.

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In a joint statement, the Black Community Leaders/Meeting Attendees said:

"The open letter to DaBaby was our way to extend him the same grace each of us would hope for. Our goal was to 'call him in instead of calling him out.' We believed that if he connected with Black leaders living with HIV that a space for community building and healing could be created. We are encouraged he swiftly answered our call and joined us in a meaningful dialogue and a thoughtful, educational meeting.

During our meeting, DaBaby was genuinely engaged, apologized for the inaccurate and hurtful comments he made about people living with HIV, and received our personal stories and the truth about HIV and its impact on Black and LGBTQ communities with deep respect. We appreciate that he openly and eagerly participated in this forum of Black people living with HIV, which provided him an opportunity to learn and to receive accurate information...

The full Joint Statement can be read here.

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Kanye West brought out controversial music figures DaBaby and Marilyn Manson during his long-awaited DONDA album listening event at Soldier Field in Chicago on Thursday night, Aug. 26.

Kanye, who applied to legally change his name to "Ye," poked the cancel culture bear by inviting rocker Manson who is currently facing multiple sexual abuse lawsuits.

Rapper DaBaby was recently "canceled" following his anti-HIV and homophobic rant at Rolling Loud festival in Miami in July.
 
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As Kanye performed in front of a replica of his boyhood home, Manson appeared on the stoop of the structure followed by DaBaby.

Kanye purchased his mother's house for $220,000 after it changed ownership multiple times.

As Kanye rapped "Jail" - the first single from DONDA, DaBaby performed Jay Z's verse on the track.

It's unclear whether or not DaBaby's version will be a permanent replacement for the Jay-Z one or whether Manson has a feature on DONDA.

Kanye also brought out his estranged wife Kim Kardashian, who wore a wedding dress as he performed "No Child Left Behind" - the final song of the night.

The controversial rapper concluded the evening by appearing to set himself on fire, then walking around with flames billowing from his suit.

Despite insistence from Kanye's management that the DONDA album would drop Thursday night, a release date for the record has yet to be officially confirmed.


 
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