“My Twitter was hacked last night,” he said with a laugh.
The tweets in question involved the “BOP” rapper laying down threats to whoever decided to try him.
“Ion know who need to hear this , but I’ll slap da fuck out any one of you niggas and pay for the lawsuit. Lol noooo cap,” he wrote. “But I’d much rather keep playing pussy & sit on these M’s.”
Given the number of incidents DaBaby has been involved in, it doesn’t surprise fans about the tweets. The origins of his Blame It On Baby album date back to numerous headlines the rapper was involved in during his breakthrough 2019 including allegedly assaulting a fan at a nightclub in Tampa, a lawsuit involving the assault of a hotel employee and another incident in Miami where he allegedly beat and robbed a concert promoter.
While the North Carolina MC let havoc reign with his “Practice” video, his reps hastily denied that he was involved in a shooting that took place during the video shoot on October 3.