After months of dating, the hardest couple in the game, DaniLeigh and DaBaby have broken up. Dani announced that she was single and no longer in a relationship with DaBaby earlier today, just one hour after sharing a video of Influencer India Love on his Instagram, dancing to his song “Masterpiece.” He captioned the video, “This Tik Tok is a #Masterpiece @indialove. Morning, the best re-enactment of this Tik Tok gets flown out for a date w/ Baby on Valentine’s Day. #MASTERPIECECHALLENGE Choosing the winner Friday, February 12th. Starting now… GO.”
Soon after, Dani shared on her Instagram story, “Officially single,” with a black heart emoji. The former couple has also appeared to have unfollowed each other on IG as well. If you recall, DaBaby dropped the video to the song last month, and Dani was right beside him as his co-star and leading lady. The former couple confirmed their relationship in early December 2020. This isn’t the first time DaniLeight and DaBaby have called it quits. They publicly broke up and unfollowed each other earlier last year in July after being together for nearly 5 months.
Dani ended up deleting her comment under India’s Tik Tok video, where she initially showed her some love. Many Roommates left over 40,000 comments under Dani’s announcement. One wrote,” That’s why all my relationships will be private.” Another commented,” But I Thought A Yellow Bone Was What He Wants,” referring to the controversial song she released last month.
In a video she released on the Triller account, Dani sang the lyrics, “Yellow bone that’s what he want, yellow bone that’s what he want. Prada me and Saint Laurent. Yellow bone that’s what he want.” Dani was definitely referring to her fair skin tone, and some of the fans in her comments did not take kindly to the lyrics. Nevertheless, Dani said she made a song for her “light skin baddies” and wasn’t hating on anybody else.
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