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DaBaby spent Super Bowl Sunday giving back to a homeless man who wandered over to him and his crew.
While the rapper was celebrating the game with a few of his friends, a homeless man wishing to sell a radio walked over to his crew. In a video recording the incident, DaBaby, decked out in full Los Angeles Rams gear, is seen asking how loud the radio gets and how much the man would want for it, before taking out a $100 bill.
The man, in visible shock, can be heard saying “My God,” and remains in utter disbelief until the end of the video.
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The rapper’s generous act comes after he recently made headlines for the wrong reason. The North Carolina rapper initiated a brutal beat-down on his baby mama’s brother at a bowling alley last Thursday.
DaBaby and members of his entourage were caught on video roughing up DaniLeigh’s older sibling, Brandon Curiel, throwing punches and pulling on the locs of his hair in the middle of a bowling lane while a mass of spectators watched on.
DaBaby told TMZ on Friday that he simply acted in self-defense. “Self defense. Shouldn’t run around threatening people,” DaBaby said.