DaniLeigh Charged With Assaulting DaBaby Following Arguments
DaBaby’s partner DaniLeigh has been charged with two counts of assault for assaulting the rapper, police have confirmed.
Jonathan Kirk “DaBaby” and Danielle Curiel “DaniLeigh” have a kid together.
North Carolina Police revealed that they were called on Sunday evening and Monday morning by DaBaby, who claimed she had assaulted him.
The authorities conducted an investigation, and DaniLeigh was then charged with two counts of simple assault against DaBaby.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said in a statement they’d responded to a “domestic assault” call on Sunday evening.
“Upon arrival, the victim, Jonathan Kirk, advised that he had been assaulted by his girlfriend, Danielle Curiel.”
The officers told DaBaby to pursue charges himself on Sunday evening, but he then called them again the following day.
They said they “obtained additional information” that led them to charge DaniLeigh with two counts of simple assault.
DaBaby and DaniLeigh shared their arguments on their social media accounts in now-deleted Instagram Live videos, which surrounded a disagreement in which DaniLeigh accused the rapper of putting her and their baby out of his house.
DaniLeigh is a singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer, and choreographer who made a career breakthrough after working with Prince on the music video for his single Breakfast Can Wait.
DaBaby, on the other hand, hit the mainstream in 2019 after releasing several mixtapes, and his second studio album Kirk reached number one in the Billboard charts.
In a series of posts on her Instagram story since the police were called, Danileigh claimed that DaBaby broke up with her early in her pregnancy but then “got me back like a dummy”.
In her latest post, post she shared a photo from an aeroplane, saying she’s with her daughter and is “now safe.”
Earlier this year, Da Baby received public backlash after making derogatory remarks referencing HIV/AIDS during his set at a concert in Miami. His NSFW song and music video “Giving What It’s Supposed to Give” also embroiled the artist in more controversy with similar controversy.
In his now-deleted extended apology, DaBaby acknowledged that he needed “guidance” on the topic and thanked those who privately offered “wisdom, education and resources.”