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DaBaby opened up about intruder incident: “I Chose Not To Take a N***a Life The Other Day”

DaBaby reportedly shoots trespasser in leg at North Carolina Estate on Thursday.

DaBaby shares a statement following the Break-In that happened at his estate

DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, was home at the time of the shooting, reportedly shot and injured a man who trespassed on the rapper's North Carolina property earlier this week.

The Charlotte rapper called 911 to say that he shot an intruder on Wednesday night.

Audio of the emergency call released via TMZ. “He’s trespassing on my property. … I don’t know what he’s here for, what he here to take, what he here to do, but he’s shot in his leg, he’s neutralized until you guys get here,” DaBaby says.

Officers found the victim at DaBaby's home, and he was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Police said the person who was shot is not from the area and was not a guest at the property.

“Just like any other property owner, they’re entitled to their right to secure their property and make sure nobody comes in," according to Troutman Police Chief Josh Watson.


DaBaby hopped on Instagram Friday afternoon (April 15), with a Self-defense bold statement.

He shared a clip of Cam’ron’s classic Paid in Full line.

“chose not to take a n*gga life the other day & it felt great.👍🏾

Buddy ain’t deserve to go, I step righteously.

Heal up & live my boy!

Just don’t bring ya ass back💥."

“On 04/13/2022 at around 1945 hours officers with the Troutman Police Department responded to a report of a shooting at 135 Stillwater Road,” police stated. “Officers arrived on scene where they found one subject suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound. The subject was transported by Iredell County EMS to a medical facility for treatment. Due to the ongoing and continuing nature of this investigation, no information as to the names of those involved or the circumstances can be released at this time. This is an isolated incident and there is no threat to the community at large.”


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