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Singer DaniLeigh wants her fans (and haters) to know that she and her mom, Vicky Curiel, are doing just fine!

In case you missed it, a rumor that Dani and her mom were allegedly beefing was brought forth to the Internet by her baby daddy, rapper Dababy, a few weeks back. DaBaby insinuated to fans on Instagram that Dani and her unspecified “family” members in the Dominican Republic had issues. He also suggested they were prejudiced towards his and Dani’s Black child, alleging they “disowned” the newborn.

After Dababy made the accusations, Danileigh’s mom and sister both immediately shut Dababy’s claims they “disowned” Dani’s baby girl and expressed their love and care for Dani and her baby in their own words in statements put out the following day.

Fast forward to this week, DaniLeigh put out a Bat signal on her Instagram stories, soliciting the Internet for a new manager. She also confirmed she would be selling her lavish family home in the Dominican Republic. It’s unclear whether or not her mom was managing her recently, but she did in the. Her mother also seemingly lives on the property.

Dani’s mother, Vicky, released her statement after the house went up for sale, revealing she would be taking time for herself moving forward. Vicky also mentioned she had been “living for others” in the past.

Swipe to see Dani & her mom Vicky’s messages about their new changes shared by OnSite.

After news of DaniLeigh and her mom putting up the estate for sale hit the Internet, speculation sparked over whether or not there was some truth to DaBaby’s claim that they had tension. Dani, however, quickly cleared that up in a message.

“Pls don’t come to my mama’s page with hate, this is our decision for a smart investment and new beginnings.”

Welp! There you have it, from Dani herself.

If you’re interested in seeing it, you can keep the lavish Dominican Republic palace in a throwback video she shared below.




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