DaBaby Hits Back at Critics of His New Album After No. 1 Debut on Billboard 200
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The 'Intro' rapper pretends to be angrily throwing something into a trash bin and spitting on it as he imagines a hater's reaction to his newest album 'Blame It on Baby'.

AceShowbiz - DaBaby has had the last laugh after his album "Blame It on Baby" was heavily criticized by music fans. Following the album's No. 1 debut on Billboard 200 albums chart, the rapper hit back at the critics with a hilarious Instagram video.

In the Sunday, April 26 clip, the 28-year-old appeared to depict someone who furiously reacted to his latest album. He pretended to be angrily throwing something into a trash bin, throwing his rage onto the lid of the dustbin before spitting on it.

"This what my trolls do to my music when they put in hard work doin all that hatin and my s**t STILL top the charts," he wrote in the caption, boasting about the album's commercial success. He added, "Relax bro, I love y'all too.... no cap. #BlameItOnBaby."

While some people found his response to the criticism funny, not a few reminded him that his album isn't that good quality wise. "of course we gone give you a chance and hear it out but the s**t is garbage," one person reacted to his video.

"Thats where your music belongs bruh," another poked fun at the Charlotte star. A third user told him, "Calm down and take the criticism. The album wasn't good and even your fans agree. No one cares about what Album tops the charts."

"Ts still wack ... you may top the charts FOR NOW but unless you change some you'll be forgotten in a year or 2," another advised him. Someone else weighed in on the album's chart performance, "Streams don't mean s**t in 2020 we know they inflated."

DaBaby's "Blame It on Baby" debuted atop Billboard 200 chart in the week ending April 23, dethroning The Weeknd's "After Hours" which had ruled the chart for a month. The "Suge" hitmaker's latest effort racked up 124,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. within a week after its April 17 release, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

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