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Rapper Boosie Badazz was kicked off of Instagram again after a slap video he shared went viral.

The scene was shot as part of his "Period" music video featuring fellow rapper DaBaby. The drunkard was hired and Boosie paid him more than $500 to take part in the scene. DaBaby contributed a sizable tip.

Still, the slap looked so violent and authentic that Instagram deactivated Boosie's account for violating its policy.

Boosie's IG was previously shut down after he posted videos of scantily clad women twerking.

Boosie lashed out at Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter.com on Sunday.

"@zuck u just a racist," he tweeted.

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Danileigh is all over the blogs after she was spotted carrying a baby bump and fans speculated that her ex-boyfriend, rapper DaBaby is the father.

In December, the 26-year-old Sagittarius went public with their relationship. But DaBaby, a 29-year-old Capricorn, dumped the aspiring singer shortly afterwards.

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Fans demanded to know if DaBaby impregnated a "colorist Latina" who angered many when she dropped a song, "Yellow Bone" that appeared to insult dark-skinned women.

She later apologized, insisting she is not a colorist or a racist.

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"I date a whole chocolate man. I have chocolate friends. Skin is not something I even see," she said before DaBaby dumped her.

"I'm sorry, again. I offended people who are truly offended. I am sorry," she said.

So far, neither DaniLeigh nor DaBaby have commented on the baby rumor.

But fans let their feelings be known on his Twitter page.

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Rapper DaBaby is in legal trouble again. A 64-year-old homeowner filed a lawsuit against the troubled rapper after he was beaten and had a tooth knocked out during a music video shoot at his rental home.

An associate of Dababy is accused of beating up 64-year-old homeowner Gary Pagar after he showed up at his rental property to stop the rapper's music video shoot on December 2nd.

Pagar agreed to rent his mansion to DaBaby for "a private vacation," but he accused the rapper of violating the terms of the rental agreement by having more than 40 people at the mansion and using the property to shoot a music video with a full commercial film crew.

Pagar was monitoring his rental home via surveillance cameras when he spotted the rapper filming a music video on his property.

According to BACKGRID, the lawsuit claims that DaBaby and his associates "beat, punched, spat on, threatened, shoved, and robbed Mr Pagar" at his LA home on December 2, 2020.

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Among the guests at the house was YouTube star-turned-boxer Jake Paul. Video of the confrontation shows one of Dababy's associates identified as DOE 1 throwing Pagar to the ground without warning as he walked up his driveway and punching him.

Jake Paul, who is believed to have been participating in the video, can be seen observing the fracas in a red convertible Ferrari a few feet away.

DaBaby, who was a passenger in the Ferrari, is seen standing outside the car while watching the beatdown.

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DaBaby and his artist, Stunna 4 Vegas, eventually pulled the thug off of Pagar, but only so they could continue to "taunt, threaten and punch Pagar" himself, according to court documents.

DaBaby is accused of stealing Pagar's cellphone by force, chasing him into the house and threatening him to not call the police and punching him.

Pagar lost a tooth as a result of the attack. When the group was told that police were on their way, they "fled the scene leaving behind a damaged house and stealing valuable kitchenware as they left."

According to the documents, the rental was agreed at a total fee of $43,706. Pagar is suing for $117,910.48 to include damages to the property, excessive trash, broken foyer sculpture, stolen iPhone and various damages to upholstery and floor.

No charges have been filed.

Below are clips from the music video filmed inside the rental home.
 

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DaBaby and DaniLeigh are back on the market after realizing their mistake and going their separate ways.

DaniLeigh skyrocketed to fame in February 2016, after she posted a cover of "Down in the DM" by rapper Yo Gotti.

In December, the rapper and R&B singer went public with their relationship. But the chemical attraction fizzled after just two months.

While DaBaby was silent on their breakup, DaniLeigh wants her feelings known.

The 26-year-old singer took to Twitter to explain her mistake in detail this week.

"Can't wait to be disconnected to that situation.... in due time... We all human.. we all make mistakes when we in love and dumb.. but it's all about growing [for real] .. so I'll take my lessons and keep goin .. even with all the hate I receive it's fine… in due time."

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By "hate", she's referring to the catfight she had with DaBaby's baby mama, MeMe, on social media.

MeMe claimed she was never intimated by DaniLeigh's masculine beauty.

"I'm not intimidated by no b*tch when it comes to a n*gga I was with for real. It ain't no smoke, it ain't no nothing, like, honestly that sh*t is nothing new," she said in a video. "You know how many b*tches I don't seen come and go? I hate to say it's normal or it's regular but I mean, it is... I'm not ever worried about no b*tch.

"Plus, I'm secure within myself. I never needeed validation from no n*gga, so I know what I bring to the table. I know what's up with me. I don't know it to have no problem with it [sic]."

DaniLeigh responded, "Lol sad... but ok ..."

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Rappers DaBaby and 42 Dugg have offered to pay bail money for a Missouri woman after she fatally shot a man who allegedly killed her 16-year-old brother.

Tityana Coppage, 21, was arrested after shooting 36-year-old Keith Lars multiple times in a Kansas City parking lot on January 13.

Her brother, Jayson Ugwuh Jr. was shot and killed as he walked home with two friends on January 10.

The family believes Lars killed him, but he was never charged with Jayson's murder.

Coppage, who is charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action, is being held on $200,000 bail at the Jackson County Detention Center. The rappers will have to pay 10% of the bail -- $20,000 -- to free her.

Detroit rapper 42 Dugg wrote on Instagram: "I got 20 thousand if they can get her out on ten percent tell her people get with me."

DaBaby shared Dugg's post, saying he will match the money Dugg pays for the bond.

Coppage's story went viral on Wednesday, with many social media users offering their support and sympathy.

Coppage told police she accidentally shot Lars when he stepped in the way as she was shooting at the occupant(s) of a black SUV in a parking lot.

But police found text messages on her phone that conflicts with her story.

Coppage requested more .45 caliber bullets in a text sent to someone she referred to as "Auntie": "Lol I used to many on bro [sic]."

A text was also sent to her dead brother's cell phone: "sent a Ni**a to my brother I owe em that body [sic]."

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DaBaby was arrested Thursday on a concealed weapon charge while on a shopping spree with his crew of hard legs in Beverly Hills, according to multiple reports.

The rapper, real name Jonathan lyndale Kirk, 29, is pictured above holding a stack of cash in a typical photo he shares on his social media.

DaBaby was arrested after a security guard at the Gucci store on Rodeo Drive called 911 to report a man with a gun in his waistband walking among a group of men on the prestigious street.

Police arrived just after 5 p.m. and "made contact with the group after they entered a vehicle and were preparing to leave the area."

A 9mm handgun was found after a search of the vehicle, according to the police report. DaBaby, who was previously arrested in January 2020 for assault and battery, was charged with one count of carrying a concealed weapon and one count of a loaded firearm in a vehicle.

He was released from the Beverly Hills Police Department on $35,000 bond. The rapper's court hearing is scheduled for March 25 at the Airport Courthouse in Los Angeles.

Following his arrest, DaBaby posted photos of himself in a studio with his children. He captioned the photos, "Swipe left to see why I can't stop hustling."
 

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It doesn't take much for McDonald's to fire an employee these days. There's always another job seeker waiting in the wings.

On Dec. 13, rapper DaBaby pulled into a North Carolina McDonald's drive thru to pick up an order. The drive thru employee recognized the rapper and begged DaBaby to listen to his freestyle. DaBaby streamed the freestyle on his Instagram Story.

The former McDonald's employee and aspiring rapper, Mouf, who goes by @therealmouf on Instagram, shared DaBaby's video of his impromptu audition on Instagram, which gained him thousands of followers.

But his manager didn't appreciate the worker spewing profane language in earshot of his customers. After all, McDonald's has a reputation to uphold.

Mouf was terminated from McDonald's on Monday, but his track, "The Messenger" is streaming on all platforms. Was DaBaby worth losing his job over?

WARNING: Video contains excessive profanity.
 

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Rapper DaBaby paid tribute to his older brother Glen Johnson after he committed suicide on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

The father-of-four reportedly died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Charlotte, North Carolina, hours after he posted a video of himself armed with a gun and crying about the way his life had turned out.

Sources say Johnson claimed he had been wronged in the past. Afterwards, he shot himself in the head. He was found in his car in a parking lot on Berkeley Place Drive off Mallard Creek Church Road, WSOCTV reports. Johnson leaves behind three daughters and a son.

Following the tragic news, the "Rockstar" rapper, real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, changed his Instagram bio to, "LONG LIVE MY BROTHER," along with a black heart and a white dove emoji.

DaBaby previously mentioned his brother's mental health struggles on his 2019 lead single "Intro" from his second studio album Kirk, according to Rap-Up magazine.

"My brother be thinkin' that we don't love him and let him struggle like we ain't family / Like I won't give up all I got to see you happy," he raps.

DaBaby also shared photos of himself in Charlotte offering to take voters to the polls as part of his commitment to the #NOCAP2020 project.

The rap star accompanied the pictures with just a black heart emoji in the caption.
 

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Rapper DaBaby claims his Twitter account was hacked after he sent a threatening tweet over the weekend.

The incident happened on Saturday night, when the pint-sized rapper threatened to beat down anyone and happily pay a lawsuit.

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"Ion know who need to hear this, but I'll slap da f*** out any one of you ni**as and pay the lawsuit. Lol noooo cap."

Many of his followers accepted the challenge in exchange for a lawsuit settlement.

Realizing his error, DaBaby followed up his tweet the next day by claiming his Twitter was hacked.

"My Twitter was hacked last night," he wrote alongside a laughing emoji.

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Rapper DaBaby and organizers behind his Saturday night concert near Atlanta have come under fire on social media for failing to protect concertgoers against the coronavirus.

Several fans took to social media to say they tested positive after attending his rap concert in Georgia, where organizers failed to enforce social distancing measures.

The "Suge" star ignored coronavirus concerns and pressed ahead with his Fourth of July celebration at the Cosmopolitan Premier Lounge in Decatur, even though positive tests across the state have spiked in recent days.

Prior to the gig, promoter MyDJDre told TMZ the venue would only be at 40 per cent capacity to allow for attendees to socially distance while inside the club.

Organizers said they would turn away fans at the door if they failed to wear a mask or refused to have their temperature checked upon entry.

But concertgoers did not socially distance or wear masks as they stood shoulder-to-shoulder inside the packed club which has room for 4,000 people.

DaBaby was also supposed to be limited to having a three-person entourage with him during his performance, but he arrived at the venue with a bus load of people and brought a crowd up on the stage too.

After the footage began circulating on social media, many concerned users shared their disapproval at the apparent lack of concern for public safety.

Responding to the club's DJ, who boasted about DaBaby's gig attracting "the whole city" in an Instagram post, one person remarked, "I wouldn't be bragging that 'the whole city came out' in the middle of a pandemic."

"This is so irresponsible. You should be ashamed," read another comment.

Another user tweeted: "I absolutely love Dababy and his music but this is such an awful idea. Risking thousands of lives for a silly a** concert is so foolish. Cancel this ridiculousness."

A third user wrote: "For god's sake man America stay home do you not fear death at this point? Who's going to a dababy concert to just see this guy lip sync all of his songs that sound the same anyway."

DaBaby and MyDJDre have yet to respond to the latest backlash.