Dababy’s latest album ‘Baby on Baby 2’ is projected to move only 16,500 units and Boosie Badazz believes “something is definitely going on.”
Not too long ago, DaBaby was the hottest rising rapper. Receiving a co-sign from 50 Cent (View: 50 Cent Brings Back DaBaby At Rolling Loud New York) and with Fat Joe calling him the Tupac of 2021 (View: Fat Joe Names DaBaby “Tupac Of 2021”), DaBaby appeared to be on the right path. But, a year later and it appears DaBaby has come crashing down despite putting out quality music.
His current project is set to only move 16,500 units in its first week. The low sales do not seem to bother the rapper as he shared a post by @whosrapmarup with his projected sales on full display. DaBaby decided to add to the caption and reminded his followers his latest album has no features and no industry support.
DaBaby has found himself in various situations that have created backlash for the talented artist. Summer of 2021 had DaBaby hit the stage at Rolling Loud, where the artist received backlash for what many perceived as homophobic remarks. Many of DaBaby’s shows were canceled despite the artist publicly explaining his remarks and apologizing.
Boosie Badazz took to Twitter where he chimed in on DaBaby’s recent low record sales. “Ain’t no way my ni**a @DaBabyDaBaby supposed to sell 16k after selling almost 150k his last first week ‼️he one of the BIGGEST n this shit ‼️I DONT KNOW WHATS GOING ON BUT SOMETHING IS DEFINITELY GOING ON ‼️,” wrote the outspoken rapper.
Recently Tory Lanez appeared on The Breakfast Club where he was asked about DaBaby and how nowadays “everybody hates” the North Carolina rapper because of his “Boogeyman” song where he claims he slept with Megan Thee Stallion. “You play with me that sh*t was childish/The day before she said that Tory Lanez shot her, I was f**kin on Megan Thee Stallion,” rapped DaBaby.
Lanez puzzled by Envy’s question, responded “Everybody hates DaBaby?” Tory Lanez also provided an explanation as he said, “There’s people out here that spend money to push narratives to your face and make you feel a certain way. If I spend $10,000 on a post and I’m a major label or major corporation and I spend $100,000 on a post that’s like, ‘Yo, this guy is wrong.’ Over a period of time, you’re gonna be brainwashed.” (Watch: Tory Lanez On Being “Banned” After Megan Thee Stallion Incident)