DaBaby Fatal Shooting at Walmart 2018 – Invisible Video Surfaces

Unseen video of a deadly 2018 shooting involving DaBaby has surfaced at a North Carolina Walmart.

Tonight (April 24), Rolling Stone released unreleased security footage of the 2018 DaBaby altercation that left 19-year-old Jaylin Craig dead. The “Rockstar” rapper, born Jonathan Kirk, reportedly faced a charge of carrying a concealed weapon after the shooting but was never prosecuted in Craig’s death.

The new video, which does not contain sound, begins with DaBaby seemingly confronted by two people: Jaylin Craig and Henry Douglas. A physical altercation breaks out between DaBaby and Douglas after Baby hits Douglas. Craig can be seen brandishing a gun in the background, but then puts it away.

DaBaby and Douglas’ fight leads to another camera angle, showing them both fighting each other. Craig then walks up to them, appearing to reach for a gun a second time before attempting to separate the rapper and Craig. DaBaby’s then-girlfriend, Mariah Osbourne, confronts Craig, appearing at one point to raise his right hand to her face as Baby and Douglas continue to fight.

The footage then loops back to the previous angle and shows DaBaby sliding across the floor into frame with a firearm in his right hand. He then adjusts the hood of his hoodie that was on his head and appears to fire the gun. The footage does not show Craig being hit, only DaBaby is shown firing the gun. You can watch the full video at the bottom of this post.

As mentioned above, the Church The rapper has continually maintained his claim of self-defense in the years since the shooting.

“If the shots didn’t go off, nigga, my f*cking daughter could have been hit, my son could have been hit, me,” he said in a video on social media just days after the incident. “Fuckin’ lawyers telling me to say nothing and shit, fuck all that. Two niggas stomp on you and your whole damn family, threaten ’em all, attack ’em all, nigga let me see what it’s all gonna go too “.

Craig’s family, on the other hand, has a very different perception of their son’s death.

“We never hid from anyone,” said Horsley, Craig’s mother. Rolling Stone. “We never [heard] Nobody’s Everyone knew our names from a news clip. But no one asked us what Jaylin was like. No one.”

“This is stressing me out right now because every time you turn on the radio, you hear [DaBaby]Craig’s father, Curtis, said. “You can’t even listen to the radio. I think of my son constantly. We are all going through the same thing. Every time we talk about it, we think we’re getting somewhere and no one is trying to help us. All the attorneys we spoke to are investigating this case. [and say] ‘Okay, we’ll get back to you.’ we don’t hear anything [back].”

While DaBaby was never prosecuted in Craig’s death, he was charged with carrying a concealed weapon. DaBaby did not have a permit for the gun. In March 2019, the charge was suddenly dropped after “a key civilian witness was unavailable,” according to Rolling Stone through a county representative.

However, the state reinstated the charge against DaBaby and he was sentenced to 12 months of unsupervised probation, along with a 30-day suspended jail sentence.

Rolling Stone received the following response from the district attorney’s office in response to the question as to why DaBaby was not charged more severely: “[We] reviewed the police investigation file and agreed with the Huntersville Police Department’s decision not to charge Mr. Kirk further, as prosecutors were unable to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant did not act in defense own”.

According to a local Fox46 station in North Carolina, a report they published in March 2019 after speaking with Craig’s parents states that the security footage was not shown in court.

DaBaby has already appeared to respond to the appearance of images. “Niggas that take advantage of me can’t fuck with people that pray for me!” he wrote in a tweet tonight.

He followed up with a post on Instagram, sharing the infamous video of Tyrese crying. “No disrespect to my boy Tyrese man 😂 but what y’all niggas got bruh?” DaBaby captioned the post. “#WhatMoreDoYouWANTfromMEEEEE? Someone behind the scenes in my butt, right? 👀😳🔦.”

XXL has reached out to the DaBaby team and Walmart for comment.

The appearance of the shooting video comes on the heels of DaBaby reportedly being involved in a shooting at his North Carolina home earlier this month. The rapper reportedly shot a man in the thigh who trespassed on his property.

See below for security video that recently surfaced about DaBaby’s 2018 shooting.

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