From videos that were shared online at the scene of the chaotic beatdown, the rapper struck Bills after he and his crew surrounded the 29-year-old. That’s when his entourage joined in to physically assault his baby mama’s brother in a California bowling alley, pulling his clothes and hair.
Brandon Bills Cites ‘Emotional Distress’ Following Fight With DaBaby
TMZ now reports that Bills is suing DaBaby over the slippery fight. According to court documents obtained by the outlet, his reasoning for the swift lawsuit included assault, battery, emotional distress, and negligence. Bills also alleged in the case that he was attacked without warning by the rapper and his crew.
To justify the fight, DaBaby claimed he acted in “self-defense.”
“Self-defense. Shouldn’t run around threatening people,” he told TMZ.
DaBaby Is Under Criminal Investigation, Banned From Bowling Alley Following Fight
Welp! Brandon’s lawsuit is not the only consequence DaBaby faces over the slippery fight. The bowling alley where the war went down, Corbin Bowl in Topanga, California, reportedly banned DaBaby from being a patron again because of the nasty brawl.
DaBaby is also under criminal investigation for assault with a deadly weapon by local police. Authorities focus on DaBaby allegedly kicking Bills in the head when he fell to the ground during the fight, reports TMZ.
DaniLeigh and DaBaby called it quits last year. Their fierce co-parenting fight went viral in October after DaBaby went live on IG, demanding DaniLeigh and his newborn daughter leave his apartment after an apparent argument. DaniLeigh took to social media to call DaBaby “lame” after the fight with her brother went viral.