DaniLeigh has always managed to get involved in controversy one way or the other. She has been receiving a lot of negative backlash for the “Yellow Bone” controversy. She also opened up about her relationship with DaBaby and how messy it truly is.

DaniLeigh gave birth to a baby girl back in August 2021. Speculation ran rampant that DaBaby was the father. Eventually, DaBaby seemingly confirmed everyone’s suspicion as well.

DaBaby and DaniLeigh were involved in a very heated argument that took place on Instagram last year. A seemingly normal argument ended with DaBaby calling the cops on DaniLeigh.

DaniLeigh and DaBaby are no longer romantically involved in any way, and due to this DaniLeigh went through a very public meltdown. After a hiatus, DaniLeigh is finally coming back to the music scene.

While speaking to Angie Martinez from iHeartRadio, DaniLeigh opened up about her past relationship with DaBaby and their viral Instagram live incident. She said that the incident was very triggering but she is focused on being a mother.

It was very triggering, very sad. I wish it didn’t happen because I don’t want my baby to see that later on in life. But she’ll grow to be her own person and to be able to take things in.

The only responsibility I have is to raise her to be a strong woman. She’ll feel how she feels. She’s her own person.

I’ve learned to love myself so much more. Because I feel like I really did love him so much that I was just giving it all to him … I didn’t even focus on my career.”

DaniLeigh returned to the music scene with “Dead to Me,” which is her first release following her 2020 album “Movie.” The upcoming track will reflect on her relationships with DaBaby. We’ll have to see how well received the track will be.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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