DaBaby has been getting canceled heavily on social media over the past three weeks, due to homophobic and anti-LGBTQ comments made, at the Rolling Loud festival, in Miami. Celebrities such as Elton John, Madonna, and even Dua Lipa, who DaBaby worked with on her “Levitating” remix, all condemned his comments.
DaBaby has also been getting pulled from major festivals, such as Lollapalooza, Day N Vegas, Governor’s Ball, and the iHeartRadio Music Festival. He issued a few apologies before hand on Twitter and Instagram, but many didn’t feel they were sincere. Baby also never sent in his apology video, to Lollapalooza. That ended up getting him dropped, and failed to take advantage of an opportunity to truly apology.
Now, the Charlotte rapper’s lengthy apology on Instagram, has now been deleted. This was where DaBaby explained how he needed education and guidance on these topics and apologized to the LGBTQ community, and for not being informed about people with HIV/AIDS.
Check out DaBaby’s original apology on Instagram below.
DaBaby has deleted his apology to the LGBTQ+ community from his Instagram. pic.twitter.com/HVJfnMss6p
— Rap Alert (@rapalert4) August 8, 2021