TSR Updatez: When the opportunity came, DaBaby did not shy away from the opportunity to educate himself about HIV awareness after the consequences of his controversial Rolling Loud comments.
Some HIV awareness groups contacted Baby After he made derogatory comments about people living with HIV, he tried to start a conversation and educate him why what he said was so problematic.
according to TMZ, DaBaby recently met with nine of these organizations, apologized and talked to those infected with the virus.
People representing these organizations told TMZ DaBaby that, apart from apologizing for what he called inaccurate and harmful comments about HIV, they appeared to be “really involved.”
Marina Miller of the Southern AIDS Alliance believes that DaBaby has shown willingness to participate in the conference and learn and grow from his experience, thus setting a positive example.
According to TMZ, other organizations participating in the conference include the Black AIDS Institute, GLAAD, Active Women’s Network, and trans-inclusive organizations.
DaBaby continued to rebuild after his comments failed in a major way. If you need a review, here is a snippet of his Rolling Loud episode:
After he became popular online, DaBaby decided to resolve the backlash that caused further influence.
As multiple music festivals began to cancel Baby, he turned around and offered a clearer apology, even though the damage had been done.
However, after Kanye West included DaBaby on his “Donda” album, things seemed to improve.
After the meeting that sounded fruitful, it seemed to Baby that things might continue to move in a positive direction.
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