Lil Baby's 4PF Prodigy Dirty Tay Arrested For Allegedly Shooting 3-Year-Old In Atlanta


| LAST UPDATE 08/29/2022

By Mahlik Campbell
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Since first blowing up in 2017 with songs like "My Dawg" and "Freestyle," Lil Baby has done his best to separate himself from the risks that come with living like a "gangster."

But a notable artist under his 4PF label might be bringing trouble his way.

Atlanta rapper Dirty Tay is signed to Baby's 4PF (4 Pockets Full) imprint alongside talented artists like Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg. He's been a 4PF member since at least 2020 when he shared his debut project 'Way Bigger On The Low,' helping him garner 75k monthly listeners on Spotify.

Dirty Tay was recently arrested and booked on an attempt to commit murder, first-degree cruelty to children, and more charges after allegedly firing five gunshots at a man and his 3-year-old son outside of a barbershop. The child was injured, though he's now in stable condition, thankfully.

It's unclear whether Tay has been released on bail, but the 24-year-old posted a note to his 228k IG followers and claimed he's innocent: "I’m innocent the news is not always right don’t bash me because of allegations."

Tay was taken to Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, the same place where Young Thug and Gunna are being held for their RICO case.

Wallo – co-host of the popular rap podcast Million Dollaz Worth of Game – just visited Fulton County Jail to preach a message of hope and motivation to inmates. He served 20 years in a Pennsylvania prison for armed robbery, using the time behind bars to educate himself.

Lil Baby has yet to address the issues with Dirty Tay, but he's probably not too happy to hear about the alleged slip-up.

Not only is Baby's co-sign super valuable but 4PF is one of the hottest labels around. Recall the viral 2020 below where Baby welcomed Rylo to the roster and blessed him with a chain and $100k cash.

For those who want to dive further into Baby's career and life, a new documentary arrived on Amazon Prime called 'Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby.' The 90-minute movie includes unseen footage and rare interviews with Drake, Gunna and Young Thug.