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DaBaby is in the news again for an incident that isn’t really about his music. The “Kirk” rapper has been charged with a felony battery charge for an alleged attack while filming his music video.

A man claims he caught a fade in late 2021 in Los Angeles when he tried to stop a video shoot from happening on his property. Wasn’t he getting a pair of something?

TMZ reports:

The rapper has been charged with aggravated assault by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office…for an incident that happened in early December last year…which allegedly left a guy, Gary Pagar, seriously injured.

There is another man by the name of Thankgod Awute who is also accused. Prosecutors claim he was DaBaby’s cohort in crime…they hit him with robbery.

Pagar filed a lawsuit in February, claiming he was attacked for enforcing the basic rules of renting property in his home.

The guy felt DaBaby and his crew were just going to kick him. However, the video shoot meant more people, and he wasn’t trying to get it. And that’s where his fight got off to a good start.

Given DaBaby’s matching incidents, Pagar welcomed the L the moment he agreed to rent the crib. Just say.


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