Congratulations are in order for DaniLeigh!
The singer-songwriter, who has been making headlines for her relationship with ex-boyfriend DaBaby, recently pushed the controversial affair behind her with a boss move.
The 27-year-old just acquired a new home and excitedly showed off her luxurious crib in a series of fun posts shared on her Instagram Stories.
DaniLeigh Gives Fans A Tour Of Her New Home
The “Easy” songstress celebrated the purchase of her new home by giving fans a tour of the architectural masterpiece in heartwarming videos.
The mother-of-one happily moved around the house, showing off the beautiful interior and her vocals as she announced her arrival in her new home.
In a sing-song voice, DaniLeigh said, “I’m home. Look at my kitchen, look at my living room,” giving fans a glimpse of each area before showing her stunning bathroom.
The Miami native paused to talk about the toilet, which came with an impressive technological set-up that allowed her to flush, play music, and warm up the toilet seat with a push of a button.
In another clip, the “No Limits” artist exclaimed how happy she was to have a home, giving fans a good view of her bedroom and the gorgeous chandelier in the living room. This footage was captioned with:
“Thank you, God. Haven’t had my own space in so long. Thankkkk uuuuuu.”
Her daughter, Velour, whom she shares with the “Red Light Green Light” rapper, also made an appearance on her mother’s Instagram Stories.
The proud mother shared a cute video of her little angel playing with an adorable stuffed teddy bear in her first-ever crib, which the mother announced with a caption that read:
“My baby finally got a crib, lol… (and I’m lowering the mattress. I already know this girl will hop right out.”
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The “Diamonds On Me” singer’s house announcement came not long after she sat down with Angie Martine from iHeartRadio about her past relationship with DaBaby and their controversial Instagram Live incident.
As shared by The Blast, the since-deleted viral video caught the “NASTY” rapper trying to kick the mother-of-one out of his home, claiming he could no longer stand her “toxic behavior.”
According to DaniLeigh, the experience was “very triggering and sad” as she thought about Velour’s reaction to the clip when she got older.
However, the “Lil Bebe” artist explained that she would raise her daughter to become a “strong woman” who would not be affected by the situation.
As for how the mother-of-one has been navigating life since the incident while co-parenting with the “Neighborhood Superstar” rapper, the 27-year-old called the situation a maturity challenge.
The Miami native explained that she had learned to love herself more, a notion she never had while dating the ASCAP award winner, as she focused more on him than her career.
With the end of their rollercoaster relationship, the songwriter returned to the music scene with a new single, “Dead to Me,” which marked her first release since her 2020 album “Movie.”
The track would also highlight DaniLeigh’s past relationship with the father of her child and how she got closure from the “Under The Sun” rapper.
The Def Jam Records Singer Apologized For Hurting Black Women With Hed ”Yellow Bone’ Song
As reported by Yahoo News, the 27-year-old songstress got on the wrong side of black women after her song “Yellow Bone” was slammed with colorist accusations online.
During her interview with Martinez, the “Dominican Mami” songstress apologized for the insensitive song, which she described as a “horrible mistake.”
The mother-of-one explained that being a Dominican woman with a dark-skinned family made her realize how “messed up” it was to speak about a particular type of skin tone.
When Martinez asked the singer if she foresaw the consequences of her music, the 27-year-old confessed that she never imagined the song would be problematic.
According to the Miami native, she did not realize the implications of her lyrics as she did not write the song to praise light-skinned women or diss those with dark skins.
The “Put U On” musician also expressed her genuine regret about the song, stating that she did not think when she created “Yellow Bone” and apologized to everyone offended by her words.