DJ Akademiks Says Lil Baby Never Shows Up to His NY Home Despite Asking for Address Amid Feud

The YouTuber, who has been beefing with several hip-hop artists in recent months, claims that the 'Drip Too Hard' rapper has asked him for his New York home address but never shows up.

AceShowbiz - DJ Akademiks continued to troll Lil Baby amid their feud. During a live stream on his Twitch channel, the YouTuber revealed that the "Drip Too Hard" rapper has asked him for his New York home address but never shows up.

"This is Lil Baby, yesterday" the 31-year-old, whose real name is Livingston Allen, said while holding up his phone to the camera and showing alleged messages from the rap star. " 'Send me the addy,' and today that's when I seen it… I said 'I love you too, let me know if you're in New York.' That's how I responded. 'Just let me know if you're in New York.' "

"I'm not gonna show you the address that he sent me, I don't wanna dox him in case somebody he knows lives there. But he sends me an address and he says, 'Yo I'm in New York,' " he continued recalling. "So I said, 'Alright, cool.' He said, 'Let me know where you are I'll come to you,' so I said, 'Alright, fine.' "

Akademiks said he was ready and willing to meet Baby in the Big Apple. However, the emcee allegedly wasn't in the city. "I said, 'Imma be here and I got a stream at three, come on!' " the blogger argued. "N***a not even in New York. Typical rapper s**t."

Akademiks, who has been name-dropped by Baby on his songs, declared earlier this month that he's not afraid of his nemesis' threat. "My new nickname for Baby is 'Short Bus Baby," he said on VladTV. "He's clearly just not that smart, bro. No one with half a brain would even think to discuss me and Lil Baby. Like, it just sounds stupid to say out loud, financially."

"He has one of those Tourette moments every now and then. You see him in the corner, he's just punching at the air, he's just flipping the water bottle," the media personality further explained. "He's battling the perks and a lot of demons, I get it."

Akademiks went on to note, "I felt he was a little bit wild." He then elaborated, "When a rapper starts to threaten- I've said this to every rapper today: You will never win versus the media. The media drives the narrative, the media gives the tint that your career is viewed in, your personality is viewed in. I know a lot of rappers who don’t get a certain type of looks or they're not seen as favorably by the audience because they were an a**hole to journalists."

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