Amanda Rose, 23, who has been living with her kid in her 1999 Nissan Maxima, received a boost for her little company when Jonathan “DaBaby” Kirk offered her money and a s-hout out. Rose is a tiny company owner who sells knit hats and is having trouble making ends meet.
After DaBaby’s performance at Clark Atlanta University in Georgia, the single mum waited three hours to see him. “GODs WORK. No Recognition needed” the young rapper wrote on his Instagram account as he helped the single mother with $1,000 and even promotes her site in the post. According to TMZ, she received 4,000 additional orders for her stuff as a result of this.
According to Bossip, he is known for his benevolence. The rapper approached a group of children selling cookie boxes in Washington, D.C. only last week. DaBaby gave the kids over $300 and let them have the cookies after making some calculations and finding out it would cost roughly $230 to buy all.
DaBaby’s debut studio album, Baby on Baby, debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard H-ot 100 after the release of his first song “Suge” earlier this year. Months later, he released his second studio album, Kirk, which debuted at No. 1 in the United States.
His first album to reach the top of the Billboard 200 list. DaBaby just won the BET HipHop Award for Best New HipHop Artist, and his Kirk Tour will go up on November 16 in Minneapolis.