DaBaby Gets Put on Blast After Tory Lanez Collab Announcement

The good folks on social media are at odds with DaBaby right now after Tory Lanez announced an upcoming collab between the two artists following Tory’s shooting incident with Megan Thee Stallion.

On Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 5) the Toronto-bred rapper-crooner shared an image in promo of a new track and visual that’ll be arriving in the coming days. The exact release date hasn’t been revealed, but Tory says it’s “on the way.”

“@dababy X TORY LANEZ ……… SONG + VISUALS ON THE WAY ….. #2021Umbrella ….drop a ☂️ in the comments if you ready for this !,” Tory captioned the image, which features himself and Baby leaning over a bed beside a woman who appears to be wearing a blonde curly wig and a long white t-shirt. Tory is holding what looks to be a Bible, while DaBaby holds a gold object that is round at the top and narrow at the bottom.

One person tweeted about the collaboration news, “Da Baby working w/ Tory Lamez is why black women be saying that we’re weak and embarrassing ‍♂️.”

Another wrote, “I’m a barb but megan collab with cardi is NOT the same as da baby collab with tory. why? cardi didn’t shoot nicki in the fucking foot.”

Shortly after the backlash came full speed towards DaBaby, Megan entered the conversation and clarified that the track between the North Carolina rhymer and Tory is actually an old song.

“That shit was old and not cleared. CRYBABY VIDEO dropping soon,” Hot Girl Meg replied to a Twitter user who wrote her saying, “f*ck dababy all 2021.”

Social media’s hostility towards DaBaby likely stems from him having collabed with Megan Thee Stallion on numerous occasions and an upcoming release from Tory Lanez featuring the Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment CEO is being promoted despite Tory being accused of shooting Megan in her feet this past summer.

In fact, Baby has a song on Meg’s debut album, Good News, called “Cry Baby,” which is the record Megan is referring to in her tweet. The song, which track No. 3 on the LP, is gaining major steam on social media platforms following the #crybabychallenge dance that coincides with the record.

XXL has reach out to a rep for DaBaby for a comment.

See more reactions to the news of DaBaby’s collab with Tory Lanez below.

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