Many know Atlanta rapper, Dae Dae, for his 2016 hit singles “Spent It” and “Wat U Mean.” Both were experience success on the charts simultaneously as that year was the high point of his career. At the end of 2020 though, he started to go through some very unusual legal woes.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Union City police said that Dae Dae was the one who stabbed a Dunkin’ (Donuts) employee last December. This is after an argument reportedly ensued in the drive-thru area. The victim is said to be a 17-year-old female. The incident reportedly occurred on the fifth of the month at the 4700 block of Jonesboro Road, around 6pm.
Aggravated assault charges ended up being placed against Dae Dae. Police have since supposedly not been able to find the rapper. Now, Dae Dae is trying to clear his name by saying that he is not the one in the footage.
Dae Dae took to his Instagram stories to say that the one in the video obviously isn’t him. He constantly keep saying “don’t go for it.” He also posted a news video clip as he believes that anything is being put out there to slander his name.
“Don’t go for it. That’s all I want to tell you. Don’t go for it. Don’t go for it…Cap. You know that don’t look nothing like me! Dae tote sticks, and you know this.”
“Anything To Slammer My Name Huh…They Would Wanna See Me Dead Or In Jail. It’s Crazy the Type Music I Drop Is Nun But Motivation Music They Treatin me Like A Mass Criminal…NOT EVEN Trippen Lawyer Paid Up And Ima Drop Faster On You P*ssiess…Tell That…Stay Tune WATCHTHIS.”
Check out the footage of the stabbing incident as well as Dae Dae defending his name below.