AceShowbiz - DaBaby was among the hip-hop stars who gathered at the Cobb Enery Center in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, October 5. The "Suge" rapper was overflowing with confidence as he hit the green carpet at the big night in a traditional Gucci pattern in a reddish-pink tint with Dapper Dan logos being patched onto the front and the back.
The 27-year-old opted to go shirtless under his vest while flexing his new massive KIRK chain necklace. Completing his pimpish look that night were a cane and a bowler hat.
DaBaby took to his Instagram account to flex his attire, showing how he did wear the outfit with pride. "Came from da bottom. Toes," so he captioned the video.
While the spitter looked comfortable in the outfit as he was pictured flashing a big smile while gracing the green carpet, some people on Twitter had rather some things to say about his look. "He do look like the 'Mask' but its cute doe," one user commented, referring to a character played by Jim Carrey in the 1994 film.
Meanwhile, another fan likened him to Joker, writing, "i honestly feel like he would be such a good joker, but black lol." Someone else weighed in on and said, "They got my n***a looking like a Mississippi Edition Monopoly Man."
Another user noticed that the spitter smiled so big that s/he can "literally see every tooth the good lord have his ass with every smile... like how?" Another comment read, "Looks like a guy who went around America in the 1800's to show music in a box for 2 cents."
One user thought that the "Kirk" artist could have dressed better than that. "This outfit really woulda been soooo cute with just a long sleeve shirt. So many options & he chose nothing." Despite all that, one person admitted that the look didn't make him look that bad. "Despite this outfit why am I still attracted to him???" the fan wondered.
His eyebrows-raising choice of outfit aside, DaBaby is currently celebrating the success of "Kirk" which landed No. 1 on Billboard 200. Released trough SouthCoast/Interscope Records, the effort racked up 145,000 equivalent album units, including 8,000 in tradition album sales, in the week ending October 3, according to Nielsen Music.