DaBaby won’t be facing any charges for his involvement in the shooting of a trespasser at his North Carolina home in April.

According to a report from TMZ, the Iredell County District Attorney’s Office decided not to move forward in the case with the “Rockstar” rapper and officially closed it. The incident occurred last month when someone found their way into his property, which led to the shooting.

According to local authorities, officers arrived on the scene where they found “one subject suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound.”

TMZ also reported DaBaby had initially traded words with the intruder before shooting him the leg, which the “Suge” rapper appeared to confirm on Instagram. The Blame It On Baby hitmaker took issue with how the incident has been reported — specifically his home address being made public.

“Media telling n-ggas business be the main reason n-ggas get fye put on em,” he wrote along with a shrugging and explosion emoji while sharing a post from The Shade Room showing his mansion. DaBaby also posted a short video of him throwing up two fingers while riding in his Lamborghini. “Two of ’em,” he says in the clip. “Two.”

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Fans on social media came up with all types of assumptions on what the “two” could be a reference to. The shooting was the second incident DaBaby was involved with following the 19-year-old man he shot and killed in a Huntersville Walmart in 2018. The rapper claimed he acted in self-defense and was cleared of all charges in that case as well.

However, DaBaby shut down that notion in RapTV‘s Instagram comments section, writing, “[peace sign emoji] don’t got nothing to do wit buddy.”