Yung Joc Claims DaBaby’s Ticking Off Female Fans Hurt His Career

DaBaby’s career trajectory has shifted since “Suge” peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2019. Three years later, reports that DaBaby is having difficulty selling concert tickets have dominated news coverage of the rapper.

A September 2 show in New Orleans was cancelled after DaBaby failed to fill the 14,000-seat Smoothie King Center. Social media users also mocked the creator of the Baby on Baby 2 album for allegedly offering buy-one-get-one-free tickets for a Birmingham show.


Yung Joc was interviewed by VladTV about DaBaby’s apparent fall from grace. The “It’s Goin’ Down” hitmaker proposed a theory involving women potentially turning on the 30-year-old Charlotte rhymer.

“Let’s keep it at 100. Homie is going to put on a show for you, and he can rap. The man knows how to rap. “He makes good music,” Yung Joc said. “There were some things that worked against him.”

“You always gotta remember, man, that like being in a position of being an entertainer, if your fan base is more women, when it starts looking like you’re a womaniser and you don’t care about women or you’ll go against them women… that s###’ll stick with them,” Joc continued.

DaBaby’s turbulent public relationship with DaniLeigh was mentioned by the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast member. DaBaby’s decision to rap about allegedly sleeping with Megan Thee Stallion, according to Yung Joc, was also a mistake.

“One of the last things [DaBaby] did that may have irritated his fanbase – the women in this culture – is out of the blue saying he f##### Meg Thee Stallion,” Yung Joc said. “It was kind of like, ‘Huh?'” Even the guys were like, ‘Damn, why did you do that?’ ‘What made that young man say that?'”

DaBaby’s music is still “hard,” according to Yung Joc, and his career is not necessarily over. “This is just going to be a case of perseverance,” the Streetz Morning Takeover radio host added. He has to keep going through this storm.”

DaBaby also received a lot of flak for his remarks about HIV/AIDS at the Rolling Loud Miami event in 2021. Following his homophobic remarks, he was barred from attending a number of other festivals.

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