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DaBaby Knocked Another Rapper Pantless And Now He Is Selling A Shirt About The Incident

See how the other rapper responded.

DaBaby and Cam Coldheart have taken their feud to new heights. The two rappers recently came to blows while they were both shopping at a Louis Vuitton, after Cam reportedly taunted DaBaby. The beef between the two seems to stem from a Instagram post in January made by Cameron where he was calling out DaBaby for repping North Carolina even though he is from Ohio.

The part that caught fire on social media is a now-deleted video DaBaby shared of Cam on the floor with a bloody nose and his pants around his ankles. The incident has now escalated into a full-blown public feud that has continued to play out on social media.

On Friday (May 31), the “Suge” rapper posted a photo of him wearing a shirt depicting the altercation.

  • Social media has been quick to declare DaBaby the apparent victor. Even DJ Akademiks weighed in.

  • But Cam has been responding with his own side of the story, asserting that DaBaby wasn’t telling the whole truth. In a series of tweets, Cam claimed that DaBaby had his security jump him.  

    “Man da big ass security and da lil nigga jumped me for bout 5 min then made it look like @DaBabyDaBaby did it his self…” Cam tweeted on May 25.

  • Playing tit-for-tat, Cam put out his own shirt up for sale hours after DaBaby’s went up for sale.

  • DaBaby, who is currently on tour with 21 Savage, has yet to respond. His latest Instagram post was a promotion for his upcoming show in Atlanta. But if DaBaby’s clapback record is anything to go by, he won’t be letting this go until he’s had the last laugh.

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