North Carolina rapper DaBaby isn’t keeping his lips sealed. Instead, the hip-hop heavyweight has come forward to once again speak out following the death of his brother.
DaBaby Speaks After Brother’s Death
DB went to his Twitter page and shared an introspective tweet about the concept of dying. Baby acknowledged the pain a lost one has on family members upsets him the most.
“Death don’t phase me at all, watching my family suffer does. GOD watch over my family, my mama, my nieces & nephew & they mama, my brother. Don’t worry bout me take whatever you was do for me and pour it into them. & keep me cool, cuz God you know! The world don’t Amen.” -DaBaby’s Twitter
DaBaby Confirms Brother’s Passing
Earlier in the week, Baby went to his Instagram page shortly after the news went viral to share a message about his brother. The hip-hop start didn’t go directly to an Instagram post and – instead – shared a caption in his bio to confirm the loss.
“LONG LIVE MY BROTHER🖤🕊” -DaBaby’s Instagram
DaBaby Gets Deeper On Social Media
Baby also took things a bit further with some other odes to his brother. He shared a pic of himself alongside his niece and also referenced his brother with some lyrics.
Soon after, DaBaby shared a video of himself sitting alongside his niece. “NIECEY POO 💝🤞🏾” he captioned the Instagram story snippet. “I love you,” he said to his young niece who responded, “I love you too.” The rapper later further addressed his family’s loss in another Instagram Story, sharing lyrics from his “Intro” on his Kirk album. “My brother be thinkin’ that we don’t love him and let him struggle like we ain’t family/Like I won’t give up all I got to see you happy, n—,” DaBaby raps in the song. He then captioned the story: “I would’ve gave up all I had to see you happy n—.” (PEOPLE)
Gun Violence Ends In Death
According to reports, the fatal shooting took place Tuesday afternoon in Charlotte. The North Carolina rap star‘s brother ultimately lost his life as a result of a gunshot wound.
A death investigation is underway in northeast Charlotte after a man believed to be the brother of rapper DaBaby died from a gunshot wound. Around 1:39 p.m., officers responded to 10230 Berkeley Place Drive in reference to an assault with deadly weapon call. Upon arrival, police found a man, later identified as 34-year-old Glenn Johnson, who had sustained a gunshot wound. (Fox 46)