Charlotte native and rapper DaBaby revealed he was sexually active in his early childhood on an episode of the podcast Lip Service.

Hosts Angela Yee, Lore'l and Gigi Maguire opened up the May episode by playing a game with DaBaby who was asked to guess which one of them lost their virginity to a woman.

The brief game sparked a candid conversation between the rapper and the hosts about their first sexual experience. Maguire revealed that she had her first sexual encounter at the age of 11 while dry humping another girl until they both climaxed. 

The hosts disagreed that dry humping should be considered losing one's virginity. However, the 28-year-old rapper revealed he, too, had experienced a similar encounter.

“If that’s losing your virginity, then I lost my virginity at 4, 5 years old," he said. 

While the rapper, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, seemed hesitant about sharing the details of the sexual encounter, he eventually went on to share what happened.

"I got two older brothers. So all the older n***as from the neighborhood, they used to come to the crib. My momma worked two jobs. She would get off her job and go to her other job. She wouldn’t even be home. Me and my brothers would come straight home from school. We little a*s boys," Kirk said.

DaBaby, who was 5 years old at the time, said he would imitate his two older brothers who would sexually engage with older girls who stopped by the house while their mom was away.

"I was copying off them n***as — humping on her leg, sucking on her titties, that type of s**t at 5 years old. B***h R. Kelly’d me when I think about it. She was grown. They look like they were grown. Like 17-18," he continued.

Despite Kirk refusing to claim the incident as losing his virginity, he obviously knew that his first sexual encounter was inappropriate, especially at his age.

"I ain’t know what I was doing then. I knew more than the average 5-year-old,” Kirk said. 

The Charlotte native said once he eventually lost his virginity, he didn't hesitate given his past experience as a child which had been normalized by his peers growing up. 

The hosts joked about trying to find the girls on Facebook and holding them accountable, however, the topic, which was made light out of, was brushed off.

DaBaby later went on to reveal that his upbringing also included being heartbroken "a couple of times" and being taken for granted in previous relationships.

The Grammy-nominated rapper, who performed for fans in his hometown on Monday night, was later detained and cited for possession of marijuana, according to WCNC.

Kirk said his car was unlawfully searched following the concert.

Police records revealed officers found less than one-half ounce of marijuana in the car.