Video: DaBaby’s Fan Beaten Up by Security Guards for Approaching Rapper

In a video that has been circulating online, DaBaby is seen simply watching as two security guards are punching a man, who allegedly jumps on stage to record a video with the rapper.

AceShowbiz -It seems like one person has yet to learn the consequences of getting too close to DaBaby, no matter how much of a fan you are. A video has surfaced showing a man getting beaten up by security guards after he allegedly approached the rapper in a way that his entourage didn’t like.

In the footage obtained by TMZ, a man was seen being punched while on the ground at Val Air Ballroom in Des Moines, Iowa. DaBaby was also captured in the video, simply watching the man get beaten up. The publication reported the backstage beatdown happened because the fan jumped on stage to record himself with DaBaby during a concert. Onlookers noted that security guards pulled him to the backstage right after.

Unlike his previous controversy, no police report was filed following the attack.

It should be noted this isn’t the first time someone was attacked by members of DaBaby’s team. Earlier this year, local rapper Don Trag sued the rapper after he was pummeled into the ground by security guards. At the time, his brother explained that Trag suffered severe injuries that led to brain and neck swelling, causing him to slip into a coma. His family estimated that the injuries would cause Trag more than $100,000 in medical cost and other expenses.

Not only fans, but DaBaby also knocked out fellow rapper Cam Coldheart inside a Louis Vuitton store back in May after the latter provoked him. He was seen saying in a video, “I’m the truth n***a … Quit playing with me bro! Quit playing with me bro! Pick yo pants up, n***a!”

Following the physical altercation, DaBaby shared another video in which he gave people warning not to mess around with him. The “Suge” rapper was seen lying in bed and saying, “N****s love to play with me, and play victim, then call the police.”

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