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Walmart Surveillance Video Of 2018 Fatal Shooting Incident Involving DaBaby Surfaces!



DaBaby has made his way back to the headlines this week following the surfacing of footage involving him in an altercation with a teenager at Walmart turned fatal!

According to Rolling Stone, the tragic incident took place on November. 5th, 2018 at a Walmart located within the Charlotte, North Carolina area. It has been stated that DaBaby also known a Jonathan Kirk shot and killed Jaylin Craig, 19.

Sources confirm the newly released footage was never disclosed to the victim’s family. They state that justice was never served following a key witness failing to appear in court. The case was ultimately dismissed with DaBaby maintaining his innocence in stating that he never pulled the trigger during their fatal fight.

According to People Magazine, the following year the state’s district attorney office forwarded their own charges against DaBaby. He was convicted on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, ultimately being sentenced to 12 months of probation with no jail time.

The video shows, Jaylin’s friend Henry Douglas walks into the frame at the same time DaBaby charges and punches him. The men continue to fight throughout the grocery store when Craig seeming approach them holding a handgun before he suddenly put it away.

DaBaby is seen coming back into the frame, picking up what an object that is believed to be a gun from the floor and placing it into his pants.

“I feel like they just swept it up under the rug. [Kirk] knows what he did. I’m not doing this for no fame or anything, because at the end of the day, Jaylin Craig is gone,” says LaWanda Horsley to Rolling Stone.

The victim’s family claim that the rapper started the fight because he was upset Craig and Douglas recognized him. During the altercation, Douglas’s eye socket was bruised and he suffered a cut on his forehead in which he had to get stitches.

DaBaby seemingly reacted to the surfacing of the video on both Instagram and Twitter with a He responded to Hot 97.1 radio personality Ebro, as he tweeted, “Why are people acting like the 2018 video of Da Baby’s Walmart incident wasn’t already seen by Walmart, The Police and the courts?”

“Cuz the media got they a– brainwashed,” tweeted back.

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