Why Did Dababy Slap the Fan? What Prompted This Act?

DaBaby is being sued for allegedly slapping a female fan in the face when he was at a Tampa Bay show last week.

The woman purported to be the victim in this case is said to have been Tyronesha Laws, who is currently opening a lawsuit against the “Suge” rapper for battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and other damages.

In a statement to Billboard, Laws’ attorneys Matt Morgan and Chelsea Cromer said, “Morgan & Morgan has filed a formal lawsuit against DaBaby relating to the incident in Tampa.

The real question now is, why did he slap her? Read though to find out.

What Made Dababy Slap a Female Fan?

According to Dababy, she pushed her phone right in his face, and that is what caused his forceful response. Investigations showed that she was not the lady who pestered Baby and stated that he did not show remorse afterward.

Baby’s lawyer, Drew Findling, refuted the claims to TMZ that his client attacked another person instead.

Baby addressed the issue last week via Instagram Story, saying, “I do sincerely apologize. I do. I’m very sorry that there was a female on the other end of that flashlight on that phone. But, you know, keep in mind, I couldn’t see you because you got the flash this close to me.

Daby’s Concert Was Canceled Due to Low Ticket Sale

There has been report that the DaBaby’s New Orleans concert was reportedly cancelled due to low ticket sales.

On Tuesday (30 August), the Ticketmaster listing for the 30-year-old rapper’s show was deactivated. “Unfortunately, the Event Organizer has had to cancel your event,” a message on the website reads.

According to the popular website,  Nola.com, not more than 500 people bought tickets to the concert, which was supposed to take place on 2 September at the Smoothie King Centre arena, and has a capacity of 14,000. The price of the tickets started at $35 (£30).

Final Thoughts

The DaBaby case with a fan’s slap is a very complicated and much-aspercted incident that makes one think over the questions of responsibility for famous personalities, fans’ expectation of their right to personal space and borders, and glory influences on the artist and the community of fans.

Though details on the incident remained sketchy, it reminds one of how hard and stressful the life of the public domain can be.

This incident, respectively, has to set such discussions from the angle of necessity, respect, and good behavior between public figures and fans that give open dialogue to understand and refer such cases in the world of celebrity culture.