DaBaby continues to be one of the hottest rappers in the industry as he creates hit record after hit and is consistently getting booked for a myriad of music festivals. The Charlotte rapper is also known for his legal woes, and that carried on into Miami for Memorial Day weekend. This was regarding a shooting that took place there on Monday night. According to TMZ, two people were injured in the shooting, as one was left in critical condition at a nearby hospital.
DaBaby Questioned By Police
DaBaby was questioned by local police at the scene as they said the shooting occurred near several restaurants on South Beach. Detectives since then have been trying to find leads into the shooting as multiple people were detained as well. As of now, no other arrests have been made in Miami relating to the incident. For DaBaby though, he just got some very good news for himself after being questioned by police after a very scary night on South Beach.
DaBaby Released By Police
“Mr. Kirk has been released by the police,” said Findling. “No criminal charges have been filed against him.”
One of the victims was also treated at a hospital and has since been released. The other is still hospitalized and is being listed as being in critical condition.
DaBaby Was Also Arrested In Beverly Hills In January
The “Rockstar” rapper ran into an issue with police in Beverly Hills at the top of the year as well. This is in regards to an arrest there in January after visiting stores such as Dior, Gucci and Moncler. He was with three friends when he was soon arrested after someone called the police and said that they had “weapons.” They were all detained and soon, a handgun was found in their car. DaBaby ended up being arrested for carrying a loaded firearm, which was a misdemeanor. He was also the only one booked by police.
DaBaby Scored Two Wins At 2021 BBMAs
Last month, DaBaby continued to rack up awards as he was nominated for 11 at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards. The two that he ended up winning were in the categories of Best Rap Song and Top Streaming Song. This was for his “Rockstar” single, which featured Roddy Ricch, in 2020. That record ended up reaching the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart and is 5x platinum in the US. Baby’s “Blame It On Baby” album also hit number one on the Billboard 200 chart that month.