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DaBaby charged with felony battery after allegedly attacking man while filming music video

Another day, another scandal for DaBaby.

This time, a property manager hits the struggling rapper with felony battery charges stemming from serious injuries he claims he suffered while trying to stop a music video at his rental property.

According to TMZproperty manager Gary Pagar, DaBaby and his team agreed to limit the number of guests to 12 during their week-long stay at the Los Angeles mansion in December.

Pagar received complaints that the “Levitating” rapper had repeatedly violated the agreement, so he went to check on the situation himself on December 2.

Upon arrival, Pagar said he found around 40 people outside the house, shooting a music video. Pagar attempted to resolve the situation by talking to DaBaby but was pushed to the ground by a member of his entourage, who was caught on video obtained by TMZ.

DaBaby at Drai Nightclub for Pro Bowl weekend in Las Vegas
DaBaby and his team reportedly got angry with a property manager when he tried to stop filming a music video at a rental building in December.
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According to the lawsuit, which was filed in February, the rapper told his friend to back off as the enforcer, but punched Pagar in the face and knocked out a tooth, TMZ reports.

Anyway, Stunna 4 Vegas, an artist sung on DaBaby’s label, released the “Play U Lay” music videos a few days later on December 5. The flashy video “co-stars” Jake Paul, and was directed by DaBaby.

DaBaby is currently facing a slew of legal battles.

A resurfaced video shows he shot and killed an 18-year-old at a North Carolina Walmart in 2018, despite his attorney claiming self-defense.

Another video from last week shows DaBaby swinging at his own artist, but that got lost in the mix after he allegedly shot an intruder at home last month.

In addition, his baby mama’s brother, Brandon Bills, is suing him after the rapper allegedly attacked him, leaving him injured, at a bowling alley in North Carolina in February. TMZ has a video of that too.