DaBaby Has Angry Reaction to Post Comparing His High School GPA to J. Cole, Drake and Other Rappers'
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The list, which is shared on Twitter, states that the 30-year-old 'Ball If I Want To' spitter had a 1.8 GPA while J. Cole and Drake got 4.2 and 3.4 respectively.

AceShowbiz - DaBaby was not happy with a recent post that compared his alleged high school GPA to other rappers'. As he was listed with the lowest grade point averages among J. Cole, Drake and some others, the "Suge" rapper claimed that the list was all "cap."

In the list, which was shared on Twitter, DaBaby reportedly had a 1.8 GPA. J. Cole and Drake got 4.2 and 3.4 respectively. Big Sean got 3.7, Kendrick Lamar got 4.0, while Childish Gambino (Donald Glover) got 3.82.

Meanwhile, the likes of NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Eminem and Lil Wayne were said to have dropped out. Also didn't finish high school, according to the list, were Rihanna and Jay-Z.

Catching wind of the tweet, DaBaby quote-retweeted it and sent out several cap emojis. Apparently, the Charlotte native didn't lie either with his claim since he spent the years at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, which requires students to have 3.74 GPA exiting high school.

That aside, the "ROCKSTAR" hitmaker recently faced criticism over his new song, "Sneaky Link Anthem". In the track, he brags about being canceled following his homophobic controversy.

Following the song release, a fan wrote on Twitter, "Aw yeah @DaBabyDaBaby you bogus as hell for that weak a** sneaky link song. You one corny f**k ain't you?" Another wondered, "Why is DaBaby singing? He can't stop being corny if he tried."

The criticism did not stop there. More came forward with one writing, "That s**t so corny it's funny ngl. Cause what is this. This the first time DaBaby had me in tears." Someone else, meanwhile, chimed in, "That's what I get for going down that #dababy rabbit hole. My ears can't unhear the foolishness I just heard."

However, DaBaby let everyone know that he wasn't bothered by the hate. He responded to the backlash through a video shared on Instagram Story on January 17. The clip saw him watching the song's visuals on TV while saying, "They hate on me and it's okay," with a smiley face.

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