Video of DaBaby and entourage beating up DaniLeigh’s brother Brandon Bills goes viral

The two men reportedly got violent with each other at a Bowling Alley in Los Angeles


                            Video of DaBaby and entourage beating up DaniLeigh’s brother Brandon Bills goes viral
Screenshots showing the fight between DaBaby and DaniLeigh (Twitter/ @Akademiks)
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Video of DaBaby and DaniLeigh's brother Brandon Bills getting into a violent brawl has gone viral on the internet. The two men reportedly got into the fight at a Bowling Alley in Los Angeles and Bills was “injured significantly”.

The clip shared on Twitter showed Bills initiating the fight as he called out the 30-year-old rapper for a one-on-one. He was heard saying, “When you come to the West Coast, bro, which I know you be out here, you’re going to catch this one-on-one fade, bro. One-on-one fade to see what happens between me and you. I want to see how gangsta you are, to see how much of a real man you are.”

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Bills added: “This n**** wanna disrespect my sister online for the world to see, disrespect my family...This don't even got nothing to do with my sister no more, bro. This gotta do with me and you…”

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Rapper DaBaby performs onstage during "Rolling Loud Presents: DaBaby Live Show Killa" tour at Coca-Cola Roxy on December 04, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

 

The recent fight happened months after DaBaby fought with DaniLeigh on Instagram live. At the time, he also abused his baby mama while she was feeding their 3-month-old toddler. The fight went so out of control that the ‘Ball If I Want To’ singer called cops on the 27-year-old songwriter.

After the drama, DaBaby released a statement saying, “Based on my reputation, with multiple threats of setting up an internet scheme & a person refusing to not let me go. Me and somebody else here knew to record her. I don’t beat on and yelled at and chased around like one of them fatal love attraction type girls.” 

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Brandon Bills and DaniLeigh attend the Universal Music Group's 2020 Grammy after party presented by Lenovo at Rolling Greens Nursery on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Arnold Turner/Getty Images for Universal Music Group)

 

While in her statement, Danileigh noted: “Since Baby want put up a ‘statement’ with his cap a-s, I’ll put mine up … so we have been living with each other for the past three months since our baby been born. Tonight he wanna come in the room talking bout 'I need to go' don't matter where I go...mind u...I have a newborn child. This man is mad because I had a plan B sent to his condo. Because all he wanna do is cum in me with no responsibility … he probably wants me out so he can fu-k on his baby mother and other hoes.”

Meanwhile, the recent fight has also attracted a lot of reactions. A user tweeted, “And they were fighting on the slippery ass bowling alley lane. Not sure why his ass thought it was a good idea but good attempt, I guess.” The second user said, “Dababy & his entourage jumped him just like how triple h & evolution use to do wrestlers on raw.” “Holding the brother while Dabitch throws weak punches is not winning shit!” the third user added.

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A person said, “Really? Huh. Idk how much I can respect that if DaBaby pulled up and then his security did the work. Would be more acceptable if he was the one pulled up on.” Another person sharing a meme wrote: “DaBaby's PR team after seeing this footage.” A tweet read: “Y’all will say where was his security when a rapper get killed but on the flip try to bash a rapper for letting his security do they job, make it make sense.” Another tweet noted, “Brandon Bills was clearly high if he thought he could take on a bunch stocky men who were hired as da bodyguards. He needs to find shame.”

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DaBaby performs on stage during Rolling Loud at Hard Rock Stadium on July 25, 2021, in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

 


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