3:59 p.m. Pacific Time – DaBaby issued various apologies to people affected by HIV and AIDS, calling his comments “insensitive”, but said he had no intention of offending anyone… This is almost where his regret ends.
The rapper did not apologize to “any brand, network or artist who likes to profit from the influence of black rappers on culture”, stating that they don’t understand “what our role in culture will bring”… .. Tell them to keep their money next time.
Earlier, DaBaby talked about his controversy on Twitter, “I told fans to put the phone lights in the air, and you all started a million people march.” He added… “Now, when the racist police kill Please show the same support when one of our black ass…yes.”
He concluded: “Besides, you have to cheer for yourself and be proud of who you are, because you can’t make me feel uncomfortable with myself.”
1:37 p.m. Pacific Time —— The clothing company boohoo, which has a cooperative relationship with DaBaby, also publicly opposed his comments, saying that it “condemns the use of homophobic language” and is reviewing its relationship with him.
Boohoo added that it supports the LGBTQ+ community and said… “Diversity and inclusion are part of our core values, and we are proud to represent the diverse customers we serve globally.”
Dualipa Said she was “surprised and scared” big babyHis anti-gay and sexist slander during his Rolling Loud performance… She said it didn’t sound like an artist she thought she knew.
Dua Lipa collaborated on a song with DaBaby last year, and she just responded to his homophobic rant…that she couldn’t believe he was spitting out all the hatred.
DL said “I really don’t think this is the person who works with me”… alluding to their 2020 song “Levitating”.
As we reported… DaBaby tells people in the Rolling Loud crowd to turn on their mobile phone lights, by telling them to encourage them to do so in a very disturbing way… “If you The absence of HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases today will kill you in 2-3 weeks” and “Guys, if you didn’t take a poop in the parking lot.”
big baby Try to clean up After a large number of vicious comments after strong opposition, he released a video in which he claimed that these words were not directed at his gay fans because his gay fans were not “nasty gays” or “addicts.” In other words, he will only make things worse.
Dua Lupa made a clear distinction between her values and DaBaby’s rant… She said that she “supports the LGBTQ community 100%” and called on people to unite against the ignorance and stigma of HIV and AIDS.
Originally released-1:10 PM Pacific Time