Rapper Dababi charged with felony battery over music video attack 2022-04-30 18:47:08


Rapper Dababi is facing a criminal charge for allegedly assaulting a man who he said tried to stop his crew from making a music video on his property.

The singer has been charged with a felony by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office over an incident while filming his music video last December on the property of Gary Bajar, TMZ reports. In addition, an arrest warrant has been issued for Dababi – whose legal name is Jonathan Kirk – WCNC reports. The alleged attack left Bajar seriously injured.

Bajar said he was told the team would use his property as vacation for DaBaby and his friends, after he made it clear that the guest limit was no more than 12 people. Bajar filed a lawsuit in February alleging that he was attacked for trying to enforce the rules on his property rentals.

Bajar said he visited the property to find a group of more than 40 people filming with the crew and the many people around them. When he tried to stop him by going to DaBaby, the manager claimed that he was attacked by someone in the crew and that when DaBaby ordered his crew members to back off, Pager punched him in the face, knocking out one of his teeth. Part of the attack was videotaped, which you can see above.

Another man involved, Thankgood Out, is also charged with a felony burglary.

It’s been almost two months since the North Carolina rapper. In February, he was sued after he and his entourage were videotaped beating his ex-girlfriend’s brother, singer Danny Lee at a bowling alley in a Los Angeles suburb. dababy Later said He says, it’s a matter of “self-defense” TMZ“You shouldn’t run around threatening people.”

And earlier this month, rolling rock He got unprecedented security footage that called into question his claim of self-defense when he shot and killed Jaylene Craig at a North Carolina Walmart in 2018.