Jeeezus man that’s not good. Follow what @Arty_Marty says and be careful with those batteries. Chuck them in a salt bath with the wires cut to completely flatten them, as they are fkd. Do NOT try charge lipos that have cells that have dropped below 3v, only try rescue them if you’re experienced and have the correct setup. To check the individual cell voltage use a multimeter on the balance wires.
IF THEY CATCH ON FIRE YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PUT IT OUT UNLESS YOU HAVE A BUCKET OF SAND.
This is why some hobby people charge lipos in a concrete/steel box with a timber roof that has piles of sand on top. If something happens the timber will burn and dump the sand. Then your house won’t burn down. Also, storage of lipos should be in Lipo safe bags.
And everyone who reads this that doesn’t know how lipos work, please learn about them on YouTube. They can be very dangerous.
So it’s not the brand, it’s your battery care that killed the battery. But if you want a decent brand just get Turnigy, all my drones use Tattu R-Lines but they don’t have suitable gelsoft/airsoft batteries.