DaBaby Responds to Alleged Nude Video Leak
Rapper DaBaby was allegedly the victim of a nude video leak, with a short clip surfacing on social media that claimed to show the North Carolina rapper fully exposed.
On Saturday, a nude video leaked showing an unidentified male from the chest down with his penis exposed. Many on Twitter believed that the explicit clip was of the “Suge” rapper, because he was heard rapping DaBaby’s lyrics from his verse on Stunna 4 Vegas’ “Animal.”
“Know you not s’posed to touch me, I keep it pimpin’ / Make my bitch beat her up,” DaBaby raps in the brief clip. However, it’s possible that his audio may have been dubbed over the video, as XXL points out.
DaBaby took to Twitter the next day to address the viral video, denying that the man on camera is him. “Ion send nudes,” he tweeted.
ion send nudes.
— DaBaby (@DaBabyDaBaby) December 22, 2019
Despite his denial, that didn’t stop the KIRK chart-topper from becoming a trending topic with the hashtag #dababymeat.
DaBaby is the latest rapper to be involved in a nude scandal. Earlier this week, a sex tape allegedly showing A$AP Rocky surfaced on Pornhub. The Harlem rapper quickly shut down reports that it was him in the explicit clip.
He addressed the supposed leak on Twitter, speaking behalf of himself and Mini Flacko. Maybe DaBaby should look into getting the “Testing” hitmaker as the defense attorney for his own little guy…
Even without proof that the video actually showed DaBaby in the nude, the hip hop news site Urban Islandz believes that he could actually use the leak to help boost his own image.
“DaBaby has had an impressive year in hip hop, and he might’ve just closed out the year with a bang. This will serve as excellent marketing for his music,” the report speculated.
And at the same time, the alleged nude video of DaBaby hit the internet, another video claimed to show YouTube star Logan Paul in a sex act with another man.
About Dababy- WIKI
Jonathan Lyndale Kirk (born December 22, 1991), better known as DaBaby (formerly known as Baby Jesus), is an American rapper and songwriter from Charlotte, North Carolina.
He is best known for his single “Suge”, the lead single off his debut studio album, Baby on Baby (2019). “Suge” became a commercial success and peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100.
Along with the success of the single, Baby on Baby peaked at number 7 on the Billboard 200.He released his second studio album, Kirk months later. It debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200, becoming his first album to top the chart.
In 2015, DaBaby, known as Baby Jesus at the time, started off his music career by releasing Nonfiction, his debut mixtape. He later followed this up with his God’s Work mixtape series, Baby Talk mixtape series, Billion Dollar Baby, and Back on My Baby Jesus Sh*t.
On March 1, 2019, Kirk’s debut studio album Baby on Baby, was released via Interscope Records. He is also signed to South Coast Music Group and has a joint contract with both labels.
The thirteen-track project features guest appearances from Offset, Rich Homie Quan, Rich the Kid and Stunna 4 Vegas. Baby on Baby debuted at number 25 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the US.
Kirk’s song “Suge”, debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 87 on the chart dated April 13, 2019, and later reached the top 10, on the chart dated June 8, 2019. DaBaby was featured on the cover of XXL Freshman Class of 2019.
In August 2019, he announced that his second album would be titled Kirk, a tribute to his last name. It was released on September 27, and debuted atop the US Billboard 200.
Its sole single, “Intro”, was also successful, peaking at number 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Around that time, DaBaby also made notable appearances on singles such as Post Malone’s “Enemies”, which peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, and on the remixes to Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts”, and Lil Nas X’s “Panini”, released August 23 and September 13, 2019, respectively.
On October 24, he made a cameo appearance in the music video for Rich Dunk’s breakthrough single “High School”.