DaBaby Dismisses Backlash Over Ignoring Kids’ Birthdays

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – OCTOBER 28: DaBaby performs during iHeart Powerhouse 105.1 at Prudential Center on October 28, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for iHeartRadio)

DaBaby recently responded humorously to fans criticizing him for not posting about his kids’ birthdays on social media. The rapper, known for his entertaining online presence, recently recreated Boosie Badazz’s iconic fishing photo. However, a fan went viral for pointing out that while DaBaby frequently posts about his friends and himself, he neglects to do the same for his children. “DaBaby will post his homies’ birthdays but not his kids [crying emojis],” the fan tweeted. DaBaby fired back, “My kids don’t have Instagram, w***e [crying-laughing emoji],” along with a confused GIF, adding, “Fk do ppl be talking about? [crying-laughing emoji].”

When another fan suggested that it’s fine for DaBaby to keep personal moments private, he responded with, “Damn fool [facepalm emoji],” addressing the original critic.

This incident is just one of DaBaby’s many online disputes this year. Recently, he claimed a well-known rapper attempted to start fake beef with him, leading fans to speculate that Joyner Lucas was the instigator. Despite Joyner’s denial, the mystery remains unsolved, though fans continue to speculate about the potential drama.

DaBaby is no stranger to rap beef, currently dominated by Kendrick Lamar and Drake’s rivalry. He showcased his skills with a wild freestyle over Kendrick’s “Not Like Us,” which impressed his fans. This fierce energy might serve him well against online trolls, but it could also lead to more trouble.

Additionally, DaBaby is seeking to postpone his alleged assault trial due to his lawyer’s health issues. Updates on this case have been sparse since late April, leaving fans waiting for further developments.

Looking ahead, DaBaby likely has big plans for 2024, both in his music and online presence. Fans eagerly await his next moves, anticipating more engaging content and powerful releases.