DaBaby will reportedly not be facing any charges over the April shooting of a trespasser at his North Carolina property.

Per a report from TMZ on Thursday, citing newly obtained legal documents, the Iredell County District Attorney’s Office took a look at the shooting case and ultimately decided not to move forward with any related charges.

As reported last month by local outlet WCCB, the shooting in question took place outside a DaBaby-associated property in the Troutman area. In a statement shared at the time, local police said officers “arrived on scene where they found one subject suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound.”

Later, TMZ cited sources as stating DaBaby had initially “exchanged words” with the individual before shooting him in the leg, a facet of the incident DaBaby appeared to confirm in an Instagram update. Audio of the ensuing 911 call from DaBaby, meanwhile, was shared publicly by WSOC-TV. The same outlet also reported on District Attorney Sarah Kirkman’s decision about charges on Thursday, noting the investigation into the incident is now closed.

“He’s trespassing on my property. … I don’t know what he’s here for, what he here to take, what he here to do, but he’s shot in his leg, he’s neutralized until you guys get here,” the 911 caller was heard saying in the SoundCloud-uploaded audio.

Complex has reached out to Kirkman’s office for additional comment.

Last month, DaBaby responded to reports surrounding a felony battery charge against him over an alleged incident involving a Los Angeles rental property manager circa December 2021. A clip was shared to DaBaby’s Twitter and allegedly shows the man in question, Gary Prager, using the N-word.