DaBaby Jumps in a fight with Brandon Bills.
The footage in question, which is said to stem from an incident that occurred at a bowling alley in the Los Angeles area (though the exact location has not been confirmed), shows DaBaby and his crew physically attacking Bills. At one point in the footage shared Thursday, DaBaby is clearly visible walking toward the camera. His outfit, meanwhile, matches the one seen in a recent Instagram post. Meanwhile, a recent IG Stories update from Bills showed him at a bowling alley.
In a subsequent Stories update, DaniLeigh—who previously made headlines with DaBaby in connection with a much-discussed Instagram Live incident last year—addressed this latest “lame and soooo sad” bowling alley fight.
“I pray this stops now!!! [Because] this is my family! And I got a daughter to raise,” she wrote. At the time of this writing, the In My Feelings artist’s IG account appeared to have been temporarily removed.
Bills has also addressed the fight, saying in a social-shared clip (as seen below) that he was grabbed by his hair and “jumped” during the incident.
“I spoke to you like a man, my n***a,” Bills, whose IG is now set to private, said. “I say, yo, come let’s talk one-on-one like some men. Me and you on the side on some real n***a shit.”
Shortly after the footage started making the rounds early Thursday, donkingjr.com cited “law enforcement sources” as having confirmed that police are now investigating DaBaby for assault with a deadly weapon. Per the report, the investigation is taking that angle due to Bills having been kicked in the head while on the ground. Complex has reached out to local agencies for additional comment and will update this post accordingly.
Amid last November’s coverage of the aforementioned Instagram Live incident, DaniLeigh referred to DaBaby as an “evil ass man,” with Dani’s mother Vicky Curiel also chiming in to state this was “clearly a toxic situation” for her daughter and granddaughter. That same month, it was reported that DaniLeigh had been charged with two counts of simple assault.