DaBaby recently posted a screenshot of an email that showed his Hong Kong show almost sold out. Moreover, the email included an update from presumably the event promoter or venue owner concerning ticket sales. “Hi Andrew,” the message begins, likely addressing a member of the Charlotte rapper’s team. “Sorry for the delay as I [was] away for Japan. The show have announced and went on sale. We are currently at 8200 tickets sold. So 75% sold.” Also, the screenshot included a message from the MC’s team that sent him the email. They wrote, “Hong King going to be LIT. U didn’t even have to announce…”

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – JANUARY 13: Rapper DaBaby performs during Future & Friends “One Big Party Tour”at Spectrum Center on January 13, 2023 in Charlotte, North Carolina.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Furthermore, DaBaby posted the screenshot on his Instagram page with the show date. “#LIVESHOWKILLA,” he captioned his post. “Hong Kong March 11th.” Of course, readers likely remember DaBaby’s reported dwindling ticket sales in his U.S. shows following public controversy. However, the 31-year-old seems set on finding tour success in other parts of the world. Moreover, the chip on his shoulder will likely continue to motivate him to flex his money making. Still, he stood by his live experiences satisfying fans and bringing a good time, regardless of the number of patrons.

Meanwhile, the “Suge” MC also tried to circumvent some of his legal troubles recently. Moreover, he sought a postponement in his civil trial for alleged assault. The incident reportedly occurred in 2020 between DaBaby and a property leaser who claims the artist assaulted him. Also, authorities charged him criminally for the same incident. Furthermore, his attorneys maintained that the rapper can’t “testify in this matter until after his criminal case [resolves], which will not be until October 2023, at minimum.”

While the court originally scheduled his hearing for April, his lawyers claim that he can’t handle both jurisdictions concurrently. If the trial isn’t postponed, lawyers stated, “[DaBaby] will not be able to respond to discovery or testify without providing information that could potentially incriminate him in the parallel criminal case.” Whether his case ends up getting more difficult with time, at least he has some shows to look forward to. Regardless, log back into HNHH for the latest news on DaBaby and his almost sold-out Hong Kong show.