RAPPER DaBaby was filmed PUNCHING a woman as she tried to take a photo of him as he made his way to the stage.
The disgusting assault was seen by the crowd on Saturday night who booed him off stage in Tampa without performing a single note.
The victim, Tyronesha Law, was knocked off her feet by what appears to be a right hook that the rapper delivered right into her face.
Then he just walked on toward the stage to perform his 'Up Close N Personal' tour at Whiskey North, Tampa, like nothing happened.
The crowd swiftly turned on him and he was off the stage before the first track got going.
He has since apologized, saying he thought she was a dude.
He now claims she hit him in the eye with her phone first, but she told cops who were called to the scene that she wasn't even holding the phone.
Ms Law then seems to have called in her lawyer since.
DaBaby, real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, 28, then went to Instagram and offered $10k to fans to send him video of an alternate angle of the altercation and seemed to have contacted his attorney.
He said: "I got $10,000 for whoever got a good angle of shawty hitting me in my eye with her phone."
"Who know shawty government name so my lawyer can get active?"
Unfortunately all angles show that he definitely hit her, ironically because the whole assault is illuminated by the phone.
Ms Law's attorney, Matt Morgan, said: "Ms. Laws has received DaBaby's Instagram message. We look forward to speaking Mr. Kirk."
DaBaby has since sort of "apologized" via an Instagram video.
The video shows him lying in bed, saying that he thought his victim, Tyronesha, was a man.
"I do sincerely apologize, I do. I'm very sorry that there was a female on the other end of that flashlight phone, but you know keep in mind I couldn't see you."
He then rambles about how she held the flash too close to his face and he couldn't see who was on the other end.
He said: "Male or female I would have responded in the same way."
He says how he doesn't like it when his security staff shove his fans to help him get through: "I tell my security to treat fans with respect."
This may be in reference to a September altercation in which his massive bodyguard knocked a woman unconscious in New Orleans.
But then he waggles his finger at the camera and says: "I wish you had given me the same respect in return, you did not give me the same respect in return baby."
He added: "I would love to fly you out and apologize to you in person" and offers to apologize publically too, concluding: "You deserve the respect, you and me both."
In the last couple of months, DaBaby has also been filmed allegedly assaulting a hotel worker and attacking an airport employee, though neither pressed charges.
In January, he was arrested and charged with battery and robbery for attacking a concert promoter – the battery charge was later dropped.
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