Saweetie just shaved her head and she managed to shock her fans and followers with the explanation that she offered. Check out the post here.
The Shade Room notes: ‘From the outside looking in, it seemed as though #Saweetie was living her best life after going through some difficult times in her personal life last year. Sis even popped out with a new ‘do, which she recently revealed is a result of incorporating meditation into her daily life!’
Somoene said: ‘Good for her maintaining your peace is most important.’
A commenter posted this: ‘Getting rid of hair rids negative energy and traumas. I wish her well.’
One other follower said: ‘If hair holds energy. Why she got somebody else hair on her head now.. how she know what kinda energy in that weave.’
Someone else said: ‘I chopped my hair off in 2020 and felt renewed! It’s crazy empowering.’
It’s been revealed that DaBaby has something to say about a physical altercation. Check out the post that The Shade Room shared.
‘#PressPlay: #DaBaby has spoken on the situation with #BrandonBills days after viral footage shows him and his crew fighting Dani Leigh’s brother in the slippery bowling lanes. He called the physical altercation “self-defense.” He also added that “You shouldn’t run around threatening people.” (: @tmz_tv)
A follower said: ‘I wana be as carefree as Baby. He doesn’t give a shit about fuck.’
Someone else said: ‘Self defense? When you threw the first punch? I’d sue every last one of you.’
Back in December, it was revealed that officials were dismissing DaBaby ‘s battery charges from the alleged beating of a Las Vegas driver in 2020. Check out the latest reports coming from The Shade Room.
TSR said that ‘it looks like #DaBaby got a sprinkle of good news recently. According to @tmz_tv, online court records indicate that a misdemeanor battery charge against him was dismissed with prejudice. This means the case is a wrap and can’t be refiled. Apparently, the charges were dropped because DaBaby complied with prosecutors’ resolutions for the case, which included paying the victim $7,500 and steering clear of trouble.’