DaBaby is currently one of the most controversial rappers in the hip-hop world. His controversial and homophobic statement at Rolling Loud was simply just the beginning. Fans have now reacted to a piece of evidence in one of his older cases.

Despite the fact that the case was settled in court, DaBaby is still being blamed for the shooting of 19-year-old Jaylin Craig at Walmart in 2018. Rolling Stone published a new investigative article last night that contained security footage obtained from Walmart that shows the events leading up to and following the incident.

The video appears to refute a couple crucial claims made by DaBaby in his support of self-defense. According to the accusation, DaBaby welcomed the two adolescents before assaulting Craig’s friend Henry Douglas. Douglas and Craig, DaBaby earlier told police, were the ones who asked him to go outside and fight.

There have been numerous replies to the video online, including a few from DaBaby. The North Carolina rapper uploaded a video of Tyrese sobbing during his custody battle with his ex-wife, before implying that it was all part of a larger plot to depose him.

The video, as expected, sparked an internet controversy. Many people supported Jaylin Craig’s family in their quest for justice. Craig’s mother claimed that the police did not conduct a thorough investigation, stating that officers did not interview Craig or DaBaby’s associates following the incident.

Others say the footage is insufficient to determine whether DaBaby was the aggressor in the incident. Take a look at some of the reactions to the footage from the 2018 Walmart shooting in the video below.

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