Da Baby’s Baby Mama Speaks On Their Relationship Status: “We Single, But That’s My Boo Doe, Regardless”
Da Baby is one of the hottest rappers in hip hop right now. Da Baby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, scored a number one debut album just a month ago. His hits “Intro,” “Suge,” and his collab with Megan Thee Stallion, “Cash Sh*t,” have dominated the airwaves for the last few months, and the Charlotte native is in the midst of a nationwide tour.
But before the fame, Jonathan was known as a father to his kids and a partner to his hometown sweetheart and baby mama, Meme.
With the 27-year-old being so in demand right now, the ladies are of course inquiring about his relationship status. Comedian B. Simone went as far as satirically marrying him for Halloween.
In a recent interview, Meme explained that, “We single, but that’s my boo doe, regardless.” We know what that means. But even if the two aren’t together together, they are still close.
“Me and Da Baby met about five years ago. It was kinda through like mutual friends. I already knew who he was, he knew who I was,” she told Kiss Talk during the interview.
“We became officially together when I got pregnant. Our relationship back then was real cool. It was real chill. There wasn’t no pressure on nothing. We were just going along with the flow and enjoying each other’s presence basically.”
Jonathan and Meme share one child together, and he is also a father figure for Meme’s son.
“He is actually an amazing father. Not only to our daughter but to my son as well. He has been in his life for a very long time. He’s an amazing father, I can give him that,” she explained.
Meme was present with their kids when Jonathan shot and killed a man who was trying to rob him in Walmart.
“The situation that happened in Walmart, it was kinda traumatizing a little bit just cause it was unexpected. But at the same time too, with that happening I just felt we had to react off of impulse at that moment. Like I said, It was so unepexcted, so I believe , ya know, it plays a major role in our every day life and just the way we move forward.”
You can watch the entire interview below: