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Report – DaBaby Meets With Nine HIV Awareness Organizations

[ad_1] DaBaby has finally met with HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ organizations. According to a press release from GLAAD on Tuesday (Aug. 31), the 2019 XXL Freshman sat down for an educational meeting with nine HIV and LGBTQ+ organizations following his homophobic remarks he made during his performance at the 2021 Rolling Loud Miami festival back in July.The nine groups at the meeting included GLAAD, the Black AIDS Institute, Transinclusive Group and Positive Women's Network, among others. According to the GLAAD press release, they shared personal stories of people living with HIV with DaBaby and he was "genuinely engaged" in their conversations. Ultimately, the North Carolina rapper apologized directly to the group for what...

Kanye West Leaks Texts Showing DaBaby’s Team Not Clearing Verse

[ad_1] UPDATE (AUG. 29):Kanye West’s song “Jail, Pt. 2” featuring DaBaby, Francis and the Lights and Marilyn Manson has been added to the Donda album. The track “Jail” featuring Francis and the Lights and Jay-Z remains on the LP as well.ORIGINAL STORY:Kanye West has finally released his long-awaited Donda album today (Aug. 29). However, there appears to be a song missing from the project altogether.According to the tracklist, the song “Jail, Part 2,” featuring DaBaby and Marilyn Manson, is supposed to be on the album, but it was removed on all streaming platforms. What happened?On Sunday (Aug. 29), Kanye hopped on his Instagram account and posted images of text messages revealing why...

DaBaby Jokes He’s Switching to R&B Now That He’s ‘Canceled’

[ad_1] DaBaby seems to still be in high and playful spirits despite being criticized via social media by celebrities and fans alike stemming from the homophobic comments he made during his Rolling Loud Miami performance last month. So much that he posted a video on his Instagram Story of himself singing to his young daughter, jokingly saying that he's pivoting over to R&B after being "canceled."DaBaby shared the clip on Monday (Aug. 16), showing off his vocals while singing the chorus to J. Cole's "Power Trip," originally sung by Miguel."Would you believe it if I said I'm in love?" the North Carolina rapper belts loudly. "Baby, I want ya to want me. Baby,...

DaBaby Receives Open Letter From HIV/AIDS Organizations

[ad_1] Almost a dozen HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ organizations want to have a meeting with DaBaby following the homophobic comments he made during a Rolling Loud performance last month.On Wednesday (Aug. 4), 11 organizations, including GLAAD and Black AIDS Institute, released an open letter inviting the North Carolina rapper to a private, off-the-record meeting to educate him about HIV/AIDS epidemic and why the homophobic comments he uttered at the 2021 Rolling Loud Miami Festival last month were misinformed and damaging.“We, the undersigned, represent organizations leading the fight to prevent HIV and provide care and treatment for people living with HIV, especially Black LGBTQ people across the Southern United States," the letter begins. "We heard your inaccurate...

Azealia Banks: DaBaby Should’ve Been Canceled After Hitting Woman

[ad_1] Azealia Banks is the latest rapper to share her thoughts on DaBaby and his removal from several music festivals for his homophobic remarks at the 2021 Rolling Loud Miami Festival on July 25.On Tuesday (Aug. 3), Banks posted a message on her Instagram Story wondering why the North Carolina rapper wasn't canceled long ago following a 2020 incident where he hit a woman in the face.She wrote: "Y'all should have BEEN canceled dababy when he was caught on camera punching a female fan in the face. I'm not believing any of this performative canceling ppl are doing now when everyone was so quick to forget that happened. Apology or not, keep...

DaBaby Promised Video Apology to Save Festival Appearances

[ad_1] DaBaby apparently could have prevented himself from being removed from numerous festivals due to the tasteless comments he made during is 2021 Rolling Loud Miami performance where he targeted gay men, people with HIV and AIDS and more, but he supposedly dropped the ball.According to a report from Billboard on Tuesday (Aug. 3), DaBaby had plans to make an apology video, expressing remorse for the homophobic statements he made at Rolling Loud on July 25. The clip was supposed to be played prior to Baby taking the stage at Lollapalooza in Chicago this past Sunday (Aug. 1). Reps for the rapper reportedly reached out to seven festivals that had DaBaby on their...

DaBaby Kicked Off Day N Vegas Lineup After Homophobic Comments

[ad_1] DaBaby's lineup of festival performances for the remainder of the year has just gotten a little shorter.The organizers of the Day N Vegas festival announced this afternoon (Aug. 2) that DaBaby will no longer be hitting the stage in Las Vegas this fall following the anti-gay comments the rapper made last month during his 2021 Rolling Loud Miami Festival performance. Instead, Baby has been replaced with "Rockstar" collaborator Roddy Ricch, who will perform in the rapper's slot before Kendrick Lamar on Fri., Nov. 12. The three-day event is from Nov. 12-Nov. 14."DaBaby will no longer be appearing at Day N Vegas 2021," Day N Vegas wrote in their Instagram post today. "Roddy...

Boosie BadAzz Reacts to DaBaby Getting Kicked Off Festivals

[ad_1] Boosie Badazz is not happy with DaBaby getting kicked off three major music festivals this week after DaBaby spewed homophonic remarks at Rolling Loud Miami festival last Sunday.On Monday (Aug. 2), Boosie hopped on his Instagram page and posted a video in which he shared his thoughts on DaBaby getting dropped from the lineup of three major festivals—First Lollapalooza in Chicago, then the Governors Ball in New York and Day N Vegas in Las Vegas —for his homophobic remarks. The North Carolina rapper has since delivered a formal apology to the LGBQT+ community.“It’s sad on how y’all trying to force this gay stuff on the world, it’s sad,” Boosie BadAzz said. “How...

DaBaby Apologizes to LGBTQ+ Community for Homophobic Comments

[ad_1] DaBaby has issued another apology for the homophobic comments he made during his 2021 Rolling Loud Miami festival performance, which has resulted in him being removed from several festivals and losing a clothing brand deal.On Monday (Aug. 2), the Charlotte, N.C. rapper shared the statement via his Instagram page, expressing remorse for the "hurtful and triggering" comments he made towards the LGBTQ+ community as well as people with HIV and AIDS."Social media moves so fast that people want to demolish you before you even have the opportunity to grow, educate, and learn from your mistakes," he wrote. "As a man who has had to make his own way from very difficult...

DaBaby Dropped From The Governors Ball After Homophobic Comments

[ad_1] DaBaby is continuing to see the price that comes with offending others as he has now been removed from The Governors Ball lineup.On Monday (Aug. 2), the annual New York City festival shared an updated list of their performance lineup for Sept. 24-Sept. 26 and DaBaby is no longer performing right before Billie Eilish on Sept. 24. This comes after the homophobic comments Baby made during his 2021 Rolling Loud Miami festival set last month.The organizers of The Governors Ball released a statement along with their updated list of acts, which said, "Founders Entertainment does not and will not tolerate hate or discrimination of any kind. We welcome and celebrate the diverse...