The ‘ROCKSTAR’ hitmaker, whose real name is Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, is accused of being ‘disrespectful’ after pouring water to a female fan during his recent live show.
AceShowbiz –DaBaby met one wild female fan during his recent concert. During a live show, the “ROCKSTAR” hitmaker set aside time to shower the “thirsty” concertgoer with a bottle of water.
In a video circulating on social media, the woman was seen enjoying it when the 30-year-old hip-hop star poured water into her mouth. The emcee, who was rapping while doing the stunt, eventually threw the bottle to the camera.
Many online users, however, were clearly not amused by it. “There’s a thin line between having fun and self respect. Smh,” one Instagram user wrote, with another individual adding, “Women allow themselves to be degraded and cry about it in 10 yrs. Girl get up!”
The criticism did not stop there. More came forward with one commenting, “Chileeeee ain’t no morals and values anymore, the disrespect I’m sorry.” Someone else, meanwhile, attacked the rapper as saying, “He has zero respect for women. Degrading AF!” A different user echoed the sentiment, “Ugh just distasteful! Learn some self respect & HE is very disrespectful towards women let’s acknowledge that!”
This arrived around one month after DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, was thrown water bottles during his gig at the Rolling Loud California. Though so, the Ohio native decided to ignore the culprits as he continued rapping the lyrics.
It marked the second time the “Suge” spitter got mistreatment onstage. When performing at Rolling Loud in Miami back in July 2021, someone threw a shoe at him, prompting the rapper to pause his performance and screamed, “Who the f**k threw that motherf**king busted a** god-damn Adida?”
The incident took place before DaBaby made “insensitive” HIV/AIDS comments and homophobic rant at the same festival. The controversy made him get removed from several events, including Austin City Limits, iHeartRadio, Lollapalooza and U.K.’s Parklife festivals.
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