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'It ain't working': DaBaby hits back at trolls amid alleged ticket giveaway to Cheesecake Factory employee

Following a user's assertion that DaBaby gave away concert tickets at a Nashville Cheesecake Factory, he became the subject of jokes on social media
UPDATED NOV 19, 2022
DaBaby responds after being chastised for allegedly giving away tickets
(Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
DaBaby responds after being chastised for allegedly giving away tickets (Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: DaBaby became the focus of more social media jokes after a Twitter user claimed he handed away concert tickets at a Nashville Cheesecake Factory. The clowning began on Thursday, November 17, when a Twitter user posted a small video of DaBaby. According to the Cheesecake Factory employee, he went by her workplace to give away tickets. She stated that she declined the offer, but that a few coworkers accepted the tickets. 

On Friday, November 18, the 30-year-old singer began trending on Twitter. Several people made jokes about his apparent difficulty in selling tickets. He later responded to the internet satire in a post on Instagram, as per reports from AllHipHop.


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“Whoever paying them blogs to post dat b####### needa get they money back,” he wrote. “It ain’t working (n-word) We showing up in real life & we flipping s### upside DOWN," DaBaby wrote.


Social media criticized DaBaby earlier this month for offering discounted concert tickets for one of his shows. The 'Boogeyman' rapper was trending on Twitter on Monday, November 8, when screenshots of the discounted tickets started to spread online. The promotion was for DaBaby's stop at Iron City in Birmingham, Alabama, on November 15. For the Baby2 tour, general admission tickets are listed on Eventbrite for $22 plus a $5.92 tax. The Interscope Records musician responded to his detractors in a post on Instagram, rejecting followers who thought his career was in trouble.

“I FELL OFF,” he wrote with a laughing emoji. “But nah fr man GOD IS GREAT, I ran this s### up from NOTHING & still stand firm on morals & principles. I’m BLESSED. & Filled with gratitude no matter what.”


As usual Twitter users were quick to comment, with one writing, "this isnt even true, dababy is a real street dude who lost his brother and parents in a short period of time. you pop fans haven’t ever touched grass, grow up." Another wrote, "this is just so embarrassingly sad i can’t." A third commented, "Cancel culture isn’t real most artist have 2/3 years on top if they lucky he had 2, his time came and went." "dababy is very hesitant, he could be at the top of the charts, with several hits, but he preferred to make homophobic comments, he got lost on the way, death," a fourth tweeted. "So ain’t nobody gonna buy them for charity at least?" questioned a fifth. 






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