DaBaby Caught Leaving Flirty Comment on Lizzo's Thirst Trap

The Grammy Award-winning rapper gets flirtatious with the 33-year-old Detroit-born femcee after she shares an Instagram video of herself showing off her butt.

AceShowbiz - DaBaby was caught flirting with Lizzo yet again. After the "Rumors" raptress shared a new thirst trap on her social media account, the "ROCKSTAR" hitmaker couldn't help but leave a thirsty comment underneath her post.

On Sunday, December 26, the 33-year-old Detroit-born femcee shared on Instagram a clip of herself showing off her butt. In the footage, she was seen sporting an oversized black hoodie and a teensy tiny pair of shorts with "fake a**" written across the back. "What's under the hood?!" she simply captioned the video.

The post didn't go unnoticed by DaBaby, who left a peach and a waving hand emoji. Lizzo's fans, however, were seemingly displeased with his comment with one writing, "Get a job stay away from her." Another urged, "now I fwu but pleaseeee leave her alone I do nit need u to put her on live calling her fat btcs when u mad." A third person then chimed in, "hop off man this one ain't for you."

This was not the first time DaBaby got flirtatious with Lizzo. Back in March, the "Suge" spitter sent out several peach emojis when the "Good as Hell" singer posted a photo of her rocking an underwear from Rihanna's Savage X Fenty lingerie brand.

"These Rihanna panties make me feel unstoppable// shirt by @sophiaeris ! Happy aunties day," Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Viviane Jefferson, captioned the photo at the time. After DaBaby left his thirsty comment, RiRi playfully trolled him, "don't be looking at my good sis too hard now."

DaBaby himself recently was caught in an altercation with his baby mama DaniLeigh while she was feeding their young daughter. Following the November 15 argument, Dani later claimed that the Grammy Award-winning hip-hop star kicked her and their child out of the house so that he could hook up with other women.

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