AceShowbiz - DDG is no stranger to controversial posts and he has stirred the Internet yet again with his recent social media activity. The YouTuber has been accused of shading his girlfriend and baby mama Halle Bailey after liking a comment that criticizes women's parenting skills.
The original tweet in question read, "Men care about the upbringing of children more than women do." It appeared on the rapper's "likes," suggesting that he agreed with the statement.
After The Neighborhood Talk posted a screenshot of DDG's liked tweet, many weighed in on what his move meant. As he didn't give a clear context to his reaction, some people have accused him of throwing shade at Halle.
"Lmaoooo since tf when," someone, who disagreed with the tweet, wrote. Fuming, an apparent fan of Halle commented, "Wow see this why we was upset when we found out she was preg by him . He's embarrassing to her."
Another slammed the 26-year-old father of one, "He wants attention like always anything for clout." Someone else similarly accused him, "He do s**t for clout."
However, some others have defended DDG against the allegations, thinking that the liked tweet did not necessarily relate his personal life. "I don't think this is shady. Probably just a thought. The internet be reaching so much y'all elbows be dislocated," one of them weighed in.
Clapping back at the critics, another simply penned, "yall messy." One other enthused, "False alarm guys he's just upset Halle went to Super Bowl without him," after "The Little Mermaid (2023)" actress was spotted at the big game with her sister Chloe Bailey.
Seemingly not bothered by the tweet liked by DDG, Halle posted on Sunday her pictures from the Super Bowl LVIII. In the images, she showed off her postpartum body in a black crop top, high-waisted jeans and denim jacket with a fur-trimmed coat while posing with her sister Chloe at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. "my sister took me to the superbowl !" she simply captioned the snaps.