Halle Bailey Spotted With DDG at Usher's Las Vegas Concert Amid Dating Rumors

The actress portraying Ariel in 'The Little Mermaid' is seen sitting next to the 'Moonwalking in Calabasas' rapper at the event which is held in Caesar's Palace.

AceShowbiz - Halle Bailey is seemingly enjoying her time with rapper DDG. "The Little Mermaid" actress has further fueled speculations that she's dating the "Moonwalking in Calabasas" spitter as they were caught attending Usher's concert together.

On Saturday night, January 1, the duo was caught enjoying a good time together at Usher's Las Vegas Residency in Caesar's Palace. In the short clip uploaded by The Shade Room, the 21-year-old actress and her rumored boyfriend were seated next to each other.

While enjoying Usher's performance, Halle was seen expressing surprise as she yelled, "Oh my god." She then adorably looked at DDG, whose real name is Darryl Dwayne Granberry Jr., while the 24-year-old rapper simply smiled while enjoying the show. Usher himself took to his Instagram Story to post a picture of him posing with the pair.

Many of Halle's fans expressed their opinions on social media upon learning of her potential romance with DDG. "She looks so happy," one person wrote, while a protective fan added, "He betta not hurt that girl." A third gushed, "They look so cute together."

While many fans were all in support of the two dating, the rumors didn't sit well with a few others. "He better stay the f**k away from her," one fan penned. Another person insisted that their relationship "doesn't even make sense." Meanwhile, a separate social media user exclaimed, "SHE BETTER LEAVE ASAPP." A fourth wrote, "He better do no weird s**t he be doing wit rubi."

The negative response arose as DDG, who was dating Rubi Rose prior to his alleged romance with Halle, went through a messy and public break-up with the raptress. The two began taking jabs at each other after their split and things turned nasty shortly after.

The beef between DDG and Rubi sparked after the "Hit Yo Dance" raptress tweeted, "My next n***a gotta be tall, I wanna wear heels." In response, DDG took to Twitter, writing, "My next girl gotta have less than 60 bodies."

After facing backlash for body-shaming Rubi, DDG shared an Instagram Story to issue an apology. Over a black background, he wrote, "My tweet was petty and made up and I admit I took it too far, that's my bad. I'm sorry Rubster."

Following the drama, Rubi stressed that she's not interested in dating fellow rappers anymore because she believed they're not faithful. "I wanna say no, 'cause mostly like rappers and n***as in this industry are just habitual cheaters," she said during her appearance on "99JAMZ" in last August.

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