Da Baby Knocks Out Indie Rapper Cam Coldheart

Da Baby Knocks Out Indie Rapper Cam Coldheart

Rapper Da Baby is going viral this morning after he knocked out rapper Cam Coldheart with one punch!

The crazy part is that Baby live-streamed the beating. Read on to see why Da Baby Knocks Out Indie Rapper Cam Coldheart

CelebNMusic247.com reports that before his show in Myrtle Beach, SC, rapper Da Baby was spotted spending some money inside the Louis Vuitton store.

The only problem is that Da Baby was being bullied by Cam Coldheart who was talking a bunch of smack because he was trying to find out who stole his iPhone.

See it appears that Da Baby and fellow North Carolina indie rapper Cam Coldheart have had a long-standing feud and now that Baby is a signed rapper thing are different. They been going at it on who got the most clout.

Coldheart was talking shhh, and basically Da Baby wasn’t hearing any of it so he did what he do…knocked him out with one punch.

Here is how it went down:

It all started yesterday when Cam Coldheart posted a video of him and Da Baby inside the Louis Vuitton store. And he appeared to be harassing Da Baby.

The Da Baby captioned the post:

When bullying Baby on the internet goes wrong.

Next, you can hear Cam Coldheart saying.

You a bitch. Y’all look at the n**ga DaBaby. That n**ga DaBaby in here talking some shit. He walking up on me and shit like he about to do something. What you gon’ do? What you taking your shit off for?

At the end, all you see is Coldheart beat up and laying on the ground with his pants around his ankles. WTF. he got knocked out, so how is his pants around his ankles why kind of fuckery is that???

After it was over and Da Baby left talking hella smack…Coldheart was claiming that Da Baby’s security jumped him.

Nah, bro, that was Da Baby knocking you out. Cam says otherwise:

After it was done. Baby is letting y’all know he punches first because he’s NOT into arguing, PERIOD!

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