DaBaby Declares He's Quitting Alcohol After Vomiting in Front of His 2-Year-Old Daughter

DaBaby, the renowned rapper known for his chart-topping hits and charismatic personality, recently took to Instagram to make a surprising announcement – he's officially done with alcohol. In a candid video shared on Sunday, DaBaby revealed the motivations behind his newfound sobriety, recounting a noteworthy incident involving his two-year-old daughter.

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In a recent Instagram video, rapper DaBaby announced his decision to quit drinking, emphasizing a pivotal incident involving his two-year-old daughter. The clip, shared on Sunday, showcased DaBaby expressing his resolution to abstain from alcohol.

Making his intentions clear, DaBaby stated, "It’s official, bruh. I don’t drink no more," while someone handed him a Gatorade to alleviate his presumed hangover. He continued, outlining the strictness of his decision, "You offer me a drink, from this point forward, I’m stealing the f**k off. It’s as simple as that. We’re gonna get to hittin’ immediately. Yeah. So you better not be drunk ’cause I’m gon’ be sober… I do not drink no more."

Making his intentions clear, DaBaby stated, "It’s official, bruh. I don’t drink no more," while someone handed him a Gatorade to alleviate his presumed hangover. He continued, outlining the strictness of his decision, "You offer me a drink, from this point forward, I’m stealing the f**k off. It’s as simple as that. We’re gonna get to hittin’ immediately. Yeah. So you better not be drunk ’cause I’m gon’ be sober… I do not drink no more."


The rapper went on to narrate a less-than-ideal scenario with his daughter, citing it as a significant factor in his commitment to sobriety. Recounting the incident, he shared, "I go pick my baby up, right, fat mama. I pick her up from my mama. She get in the car. I’m throwing up on [Interstate 77]. I’m throwing up, she beside me in her car seat talking ’bout some, ‘Good job! Good job!'"

Expressing embarrassment over the situation, DaBaby emphasized the impact it had on him, especially in front of his child. "I’m fighting for my life in the back seat and my baby talkin’ ’bout, ‘Good job.’ Man, it’s embarrassing. In front of my baby. I don’t drink no more. I’m stealing off. I dare you. I’ma be outside tonight. Offer me a drink. If you wanna fight, then offer me a drink."

The video concluded with a humorous remark as someone jokingly asked if DaBaby wanted some liquor. The rapper's decision to embrace sobriety reflects a personal choice influenced by real-life experiences and underscores the importance of responsible drinking.