DaBaby’s music video shoot on Saturday ended with a shootout, MTO News has confirmed. And the shooting was LIVESTREAMED by onlookers.
Charlotte rapper DaBaby is always in some sort of trouble, and yesterday's video shoot nearly turned deadly for all involved. MTO News confirmed that gunmen, pulled up onto DaBaby's video shoot, shoot were fired and a shootout ensued. Multiple sources confirmed with MTO News that cops were called in after gunfire erupted near the music video set.
Late Saturday evening, DaBaby shared images and videos of what seems to be a music video in progress in West Blvd Charlotte.
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While MTO News was unable to confirm which song the video production was for, the area was packed with kids, as well as members of the rapper’s Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment clique, including rapper Stunna 4 Vegas.
Clips of the alleged shooting incident started circulating late Saturday, showing various persons scampering for cover after bullets began to ring out in the area. It’s still unclear if anyone was injured in the shootout or if DaBaby or a member of his crew were targeted.
This incident follows a string of other violent mishaps the rapper has been linked to over the last two years. This includes DaBaby's alleged physical assault of a Beverly Hills hotel employee, which he is now set to battle in court, a previous battery charge against a concert promoter in Miami, as well as a deadly shooting at a Walmart in 2018. While an official motive for the shooting has not been ascertained, a few people on social media believe that the attack was retaliation for the 2018 Walmart incident.