DaBaby and Offset Star in Their Own Sitcom in the "Baby Sitter" Video

Last month, Charlotte, North Carolina rapper DaBaby delivered his debut album 'Baby on Baby' via Interscope.

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Last month, Charlotte, North Carolina rapper DaBaby delivered his debut album Baby on Baby via Interscope. Now, he's giving the impressive project another push with a video for his Offset collaboration, "Baby Sitter." The Reel Goats-directed video sees the two rappers having the time of their lives, playing two spoiled brats who need their own baby sitter.

Riffing on '90s sitcoms, specifically The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the "Baby Sitter" video starts as viewers are told, "The following was filmed in front of a live studio audience." The release of the new visual follows his "Goin Baby" video, which he shared last Monday (Mar. 25). It's been a wild year for DaBaby so far, but right now, he must be on a high following the news that he has been cleared of charges in connection to a deadly shooting at a Walmart in Huntersville, North Carolina.

The Charlotte rapper was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed gun in November 2018. He was the only person arrested in connection with the killing of 19-year-old Jalyn Craig. Police arrived at the scene after shots went off in the store, taking four people into custody to be questioned. DaBaby confirmed he was at the scene, stating that he was acting in self-defense when two men with weapons approached him the store. Last week, charges against him were dropped.

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