Lil Baby Kids OR

Lil Baby Kids OR

Lil Baby Kids


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Shortly after his release from prison, Jones released his mixtape Perfect Timing, with features from Young Thug, Lil Yachty, and others. He released his second mixtape entitled Harder Than Hard on July 18, 2017. On October 9, 2017, Jones released a collaboration mixtape with close friend and fellow Atlanta rapper Marlo, 2 The Hard Way. This mixtape did not create as big an impact as the two former tapes, but still garnered some attention. Jones finally started to break through to the masses with his December 2017 mixtape Too Hard, led by his hit single "Freestyle", which was released as a music video on November 5 to promote the upcoming mixtape. As of September 1, 2021, the video has over 400 million views on YouTube. (Source:

Through the success of the single, Jones attracted much attention towards his mixtape. When the mixtape was finally released, it featured the single "All of a Sudden" with featuring American rapper and friend Moneybagg Yo. This mixtape was defining for much of Jones' current career. In May 2018, Baby released his debut studio album, Harder Than Ever, which debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 chart. The song peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. On November 9, 2019, Baby who was featured in YouTuber KSI's song "Down Like That" along with fellow rapper Rick Ross and British producer S-X, performed it for KSI's ringwalk at Staples Center for his fight against YouTuber Logan Paul. On November 15, 2019, Baby released a song from the film Queen & Slim, titled "Catch the Sun", which subsequently appeared on My Turn. source en.wikipedia.org/


Ayesha Howard also claimed that part of her issues with Lil Baby was that he refused to pay to repair her car, and she had to take Ubers around town, which is dangerous for both herself and her son in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. In response to this, Lil Baby again took to Twitter, saying “I bought her a Range Rover but she ain’t get it because she’s irresponsible…she get her priorities together the car is sittin in my garage waitin on her.” Howard also filed legal documents seeking a declaration of paternity and child support from the rapper. Lil Baby responded by filing documents of his own, stating that he covers “all expenses for the care, support and maintenance” of their son, as well as regular child support payments to Howard. The documents also ask for primary physical custody of Jason, which Howard claims the rapper filed in retaliation and as a form of harassment, since Jason has been in her primary custody since day one.

Lil Baby is flashy with his new found fame, and his first baby mama, Ayesha Howard, has taken to social media to speak out about the treatment of herself and her son from Lil Baby, specifically regarding Lil Baby’s unwillingness to share the wealth with his family. In a feud that has been going on for months, Howard took to her Instagram stories to air out her grievances, saying among other things that their son Jason’s tuition wasn’t paid by the rapper. (Source: raptv.com)



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