DaBaby posts clip of alleged assault victim with racist comments at him

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DaBaby shared a clip of a rental home owner using racist comments and profanity against him and his associates in the wake of an incident on December 2, 2020 in which the rapper and a friend named Thankgod Chimmeka Awute allegedly assaulted the man.

The Grammy-nominated rapper has been charged by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office with a felony related to the incident.

In a clip posted to TikTok and TMZ, the owner of the rental property (identified as “Gary Prager” in the lyrics posted by the rapper) is seen walking out of a Los Angeles area mansion as he approaches the rapper and his friends, allegedly using the N-word and calling them ‘f***ing a**holes’ and ‘scumbags’.

A voice is heard sarcastically saying Pagar, 64 at the time of the incident, “Tell me how you feel,” Pagar replies, “I’ll tell you how I feel.”

Shocking: DaBaby shared a clip of a rental home owner using racist remarks against him in the wake of a December 2020 incident in which the rapper allegedly assaulted the man

Latest: DaBaby (pictured in 2021) took to TikTok on Saturday with a clip of a rental home owner named Gary Pagar, 65, using racist comments and profanity against him in the wake of a Dec. 2, 2020 incident in which the rapper and another man would have hit the man

The latest: DaBaby (pictured in 2021) has been charged with felony battery related to the incident by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office

Charlotte, North Carolina, 30, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, captioned the post: “On today’s episode of ‘Let’s Make DaBaby Look Like a Bad Person,’ we feature Gary Prager, a PROUD white supremacist who lies to TMZ & LAPD. Not knowing he was caught on camera.

“These are the kind of people you all validate and let DaBaby’s character kill. Not to mention he spat in DaBaby’s face.”

Authorities said in the injunction that both DaBaby and Thankgod – who is also charged with violent theft – “deliberately and unlawfully” used “violence and violence” against Pagar while unauthorized filming on the set of a music video in a Los Angeles mansion Pagar rented to them.

According to TMZ, Pagar previously filed a civil lawsuit in February 2021 in connection with the incident against the rapper and his manager Kinsza Virgil.

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DaBaby wrote: 'In today's episode of 'Let's Make DaBaby Look Like a Bad Person,

DaBaby wrote, ‘In today’s episode of ‘Let’s Make DaBaby Look Like a Bad Person,’ we have Gary Prager, a PROUD white supremacist who lies to TMZ and LAPD. Not knowing he was caught on camera’

The rapper added: 'These are the kind of people who validate all of you and get DaBaby's character killed'

The rapper added: ‘These are the kind of people who validate all of you and get DaBaby’s character killed’

Allegations: The rapper claimed the landlord spat in his face

Allegations: The rapper claimed the landlord spat in his face

Pagar said in court documents that the attack came after he attempted to enforce previously agreed rental rules that limited occupancy to nine people in accordance with COVID-19 protocols in effect at the time. He said after DaBaby’s employees lied to him, saying the guests would soon disperse.

“They signed the lease and personally assured Mr Pagar that they would abide by it; they promised there would be no crowds, no parties, and no shooting. Those were bald lies,” Pagar said, according to Rolling Stone.

Pagar said he was led to believe that DaBaby was renting the property for a vacation, and eventually went to the property to confront the rapper, who had more than 40 people on the property, including a film crew, while shooting a music video. recording was. †

“When Mr. Pagar asked them to stop, they beat and beat him, violently stole his phone so he couldn’t call the police and threatened him,” Pagar said in court. “They then destroyed his house and left after stealing several valuables. The defendants’ behavior was downright despicable.’

Seriously, the musician has been charged by the LA County District Attorney's Office with beating up property owner Gary Pagar after trying to shut down his video recording (a DaBaby employee, pictured in a yellow plaid shirt , was also involved)

Seriously, the musician has been charged by the LA County District Attorney’s Office with beating up property owner Gary Pagar after trying to shut down his video recording (a DaBaby employee, pictured in a yellow plaid shirt , was also involved)

Pagar told the court that he was attacked initially by Thankgod and then by DaBaby, who exited the vehicle he was in to “taunt, threaten and beat him,” slamming one of his teeth into the attack.

Pagar told Rolling Stone last week: “There are people who think the rules don’t apply to them. Whatever the rules, be it the law, they can do whatever they want with impunity, and there are no consequences. that’s who [DaBaby] used to be.’

Pagar said he wants DaBaby to “pay for his behavior, and hopefully teach him a lesson that the rules really apply to him.”

A preliminary hearing in the criminal case will be held at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center on June 1, according to the Los Angeles County Court database.

A hearing to determine the damage in the incident is scheduled for June 21.

Short fuse: Pagar alleges that after trying to enforce rules regarding the number of people allowed on the property, DaBaby punched him in the mouth and knocked out his tooth (DaBaby pictured in red, yellow, and black shirt)

Short fuse: Pagar alleges that after trying to enforce rules regarding the number of people allowed on the property, DaBaby punched him in the mouth and knocked out his tooth (DaBaby pictured in red, yellow, and black shirt)

The violent incident is one of many in the rapper’s history.

Last weekend he appeared to have waved his fist at a member of his own team. The incident, in which he appeared to be swinging at his autographed artist Wisdom, took place backstage at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina, where DaBaby was set to perform for Spring Jam 2022.

Earlier this month, the rapper also shot someone in the leg after he allegedly broke into his property, according to TMZ. No arrests were made at the time.

He was also embroiled in a bowling alley earlier this year with his ex-girlfriend DaniLeigh’s brother, Brandon Bills, with law enforcement sources saying they were investigating DaBaby at the time for assault with a deadly weapon.

Meanwhile, a recent video of the rapper surfaced over the weekend of him fatally shooting 19-year-old Jaylin Craig during a 2018 showdown at a Walmart in North Carolina.

DaBaby was charged with carrying a concealed weapon after the shooting but was not charged with murder as he claimed self-defense and reported that the victim had drawn a gun on him.

Rolling Stone released surveillance footage of the incident, sparking a debate over self-defense.

One of many: The star has been involved in countless physical altercations over the years, recently waving his fist at his own artist, Wisdom, during a backstage feud

One of many: The star has been involved in countless physical altercations over the years, recently waving his fist at his own artist, Wisdom, during a backstage feud

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