TROUTMAN, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – The man who was shot outside the mansion of Charlotte rapper DaBaby Wednesday night, was not welcome there, according to the Troutman Police Chief.

Officers responded to Dababy’s property on Stillwater Road around 7:45 p.m. to the report of a shooting.

Officers at the scene found a man suffering from a non-life-threatening gunshot wound, authorities said. They were taken to the hospital for treatment.

The police chief tells Queen City News that only two other people were around when the man was shot, DaBaby and another person.

Man heard screaming in background of 911 call

A 911 call that was released on Thursday afternoon in connection to Wednesday’s shooting, indicates the person who was shot may have unlawfully entered the property. Listen below:

Those nearby warn of DaBaby

“We have guns and shovels.” That’s the sign posted outside the mansion of Grammy-nominated rapper DaBaby’s house in Troutman.

“You just got to be a fool to test DaBaby, you just got to be,” said Anthony McCullah who works nearby.

“Simple, you’re just asking to die,” said Anthony’s brother, Melvin McCullah who works nearby and says he listens to DaBaby’s music.

“Working around this area, it’s obviously pretty secured. To step over there and get in the way and get to him, you’re basically just writing your own death sentence,” said Melvin McCullah.

“He’s got a big, big good decent amount of land up there, if somebody was trespassing you’d have to spend a good day, day and a half scoping it out, and still to test the DaBaby, you’re a dummy,” said Anthony McCullah.

Investigation into shooting is ongoing

Police are not saying who pulled the trigger or whether it was justified. Police say the man who was shot did not go inside the house.

The police chief says everything happened outside DaBaby’s mansion, but on his property.

“It is a large property, on the roadside, there’s a significantly tall concrete-type wall and it’s surrounded by on the other sides by a pretty high chain link fence,” said Troutman Police Chief Josh Watson.

The police chief says the man was shot in his lower body and was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The chief would not say if DaBaby knew the man who was shot.

The police chief says they’re interviewing people now and taking statements from them, and they gathered some evidence from the home. They’ll present that to the district attorney who will determine if any charges are filed.

Queen City News is continuing to pursue additional information.

Not the first time DaBaby was involved in a shooting

DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, was involved in another shooting incident in 2018 at a local Walmart.

In 2018, 19-year-old Jaylin Craig was shot and killed at a Walmart in Huntersville. Huntersville Police said a fight had broken out before the incident.

In an Instagram video, the rapper indicated he was shopping for clothes for his daughter but never said a fight took place.

“Two dudes walk in on you and your whole family, threatening y’all, whip out on y’all, let me see what y’all going to do,” DaBaby said in the video. “When the story comes out and the footage comes out will show y’all how I was in there with my 1-year-old daughter and my 5-year-old, my baby mama, buying my baby some more winter clothes. A dude sees me buying baby clothes and wants to show me how tough he is.”

A misdemeanor charge of carrying a concealed weapon against the rapper was dropped after a key witness failed to show up in Mecklenburg County Court.

Craig’s family told Queen City News they were devastated when charges were dropped.

His parents said Jaylin was a fan of the rapper.

“We feel like we didn’t get any justice. To have the guy look at us in court with a smirk, like he won that battle,” mom Lawana Horsley said. 

The family was left heartbroken after the charges were dropped.

“Angry, upset,” said Jaylin’s father Curtis Craig. 

Jaylin’s parents said they saw a security video that showed their son trying to diffuse the fight before he was shot and killed.

The family says a key witness, a Walmart employee, did not show up to court to testify. Also not seen in court was the Walmart security video.

DaBaby did not speak to the media when he left the courtroom in 2019 after his charge was dropped.

The district attorney said at the time that no other charges would be filed in the deadly shooting.