Halle Bailey’s Fans React To Boyfriend DDG Seemingly Dissing Her In New Song

The rapper appeared to address being “insecure” about the "Little Mermaid” star’s fame in his new track, “Famous.”

Twitter users are slamming rapper DDG after he seemingly called out his girlfriend, actor Halle Bailey, in a new song.

Darryl Dwayne Granberry Jr., known professionally as DDG, appears to shade the “Little Mermaid” star in his song “Famous,” which was released over the weekend. In it, he raps about feeling “insecure” about her having a male co-star, seemingly referring to the Disney film.

At one point in the song, the rapper alludes to Bailey locking lips with her co-star, Jonah Hauer-King: “Filmin’ a movie now you kissing dudes / You know I love you a lot / I don’t give a fuck if that shit for promo / I don’t wanna see this shit no more.”

After the song dropped, a number of Twitter users reacted to the song, with many of them blasting DDG for trying to “ruin” Bailey’s career.

Others on Twitter seemed to side with the rapper, even suggesting that Bailey must have heard the song before its release.

Elsewhere in the song, DDG appears to unleash his feelings about Bailey holding hands with Hauer-King during the U.K. premiere of their movie, crooning: “Why is y’all holdin’ hands in the photo? / You know I’m insecure, that’s a no-no.”

The “Impatient” musician also seemingly addresses his feelings about the former YouTube performer’s rising stardom in the song’s chorus.

“Fall in love, I hate that shit / Knockin’ me off my grind, I can’t fuck with relationships / I ain’t even got enough time in a day for me to chase a bitch / I don’t even ask for much, I ask you to do the basic shit / Hardest thing I did was fall in love with a famous bitch,” he raps.

The couple first sparked rumors about their romance in January 2022 after they were spotted at Usher’s Las Vegas residency. Two months later, DDG made their relationship Instagram official.

In May, Bailey addressed concerns from fans about the pair’s controversial relationship.

“It’s really funny how people look at you [as] still being this young girl, still being this innocent, untouchable thing,” Bailey told Glamour. “I appreciate that, as I venture into adulthood, I’m able to make my own decisions.”

Reps for DDG and Bailey did not immediately respond to HuffPost requests for comment.

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