Since late July, DaBaby has been getting destroyed on social media, after making insensitive comments against gay men and people with HIV/AIDS. This was using his performance at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami.
DaBaby has been getting dropped from many huge festivals since then, such as Day N Vegas, Lollapalooza, and iHeartRadio Music festival. The Charlotte rapper even low key deleted his apology, from his Instagram page this weekend.
The solo version of Dua Lipa’s international smash hit single, “Levitating,” has started to become more popular again, instead of the remix with DaBaby. Now, streams are hitting DaBaby even more. Kanye West’s 2020 “Na Na Na” song, featuring DaBaby and 2 Chainz, isn’t on streaming outlets anymore.
No one from Kanye’s team has explained yet why this happened. For others, it’s pretty evident to them that the DaBaby controversy is why.
Kanye West has removed his “Nah Nah Nah” remix with DaBaby from streaming services.
The track’s removal comes two weeks after DaBaby received backlash for making homophobic comments at Rolling Loud. pic.twitter.com/5v70usF6Al
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) August 8, 2021