After weeks of controversy, he was eliminated in seven music festivals after him Homophobic comments On July 26th at the Rolling Loud in Miami Gardens, DaBaby will return to the stage tonight at the Hot 97 Annual Summer Jam concert in New Jersey. Although it was pouring or raining due to Hurricane Henry, the “Pop” rapper took the time to resolve the dispute before turning on the microphone. In the pre-recorded message, DaBaby once again apologized for his remarks and reiterated that he had no intention of offending anyone.
In the video, he also took time to thank Hot 97. “[Hot 97] Allow me to share my gifts, share my blessings with you, on this stage, in all the chaos and strong opposition, share my blessings with you,” DaBaby said. “So salute all of you… .. A few weeks ago, when I said I never intended to offend anyone or say anything to make anyone feel living on that stage, they accepted my sincerity and all my apologies. “
DaBaby went on to say that Hot 97 is also willing to stand up on this line, willing to be desperate with everything that happens in the world, and still allow him to appear on their stage and use their platform.According to ComplexAfter recording, DaBaby performed Megan Thee Stallion’s “Cry Baby”, which is his characteristic. However, what he said may contradict his apology. There are reports that he said that the person who actually offended the rest of you was a crying baby. “
Although “cancellation of culture” is not a new topic, some roommates are happy to see DaBaby return to the stage. One commented: “He is fine. We all make mistakes. Let us not be too specific.” Another netizen commented: “We have been by his side. “Roommate, leave a comment and tell us what you think below!”
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