DaBaby Feels the Heat: Apologies again for homophobic rant

Controversial Rapper DaBaby new apology comes after loosing thousands in booking revenue.  He was removed from the NYC's upcoming Governor's Ball, Day N Vegas and the past weekend's Lollapalooza.

By Ebonynsweet | August 2, 2021


DaBaby is apologizing once again for his defamatory comments about gay men and HIV.
 
Early Monday, the North Carolina rapper — who has received huge backlash after a homophobic rant about AIDS and the LGBTQ community during his set at Rolling Loud — issued an 2nd apology just after he was removed from the performance schedule of Lollapalooza, Governor's Ball and Day N Vegas music festivals.

"Social media moves so fast that people want to demolish you before you even have the opportunity to grow, educate and learn from your mistakes," the statement read. "I want to apologize for my misinformed comments about HIV/AIDS and I Know education on this is important."
 


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He then signed the note: "Love to all. God bless. - DaBaby."  However, backlash is expected to continue regardless of his attempt of damaged control. We believe it will probably be a long time before he can book another show at a high profiled event.
 

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