Entertainment News | DaBaby returns to the boisterous stage months after making homophobic comments
Washington [US], October 30 (ANI): American rapper DaBaby returned to the Rolling Loud stage months after making callous and homophobic comments about gay people and HIV at the music festival while performing in July.
According to People magazine, during 50 Cent’s performance at Rolling Loud New York on Thursday, the 46-year-old rapper announced that DaBaby would join him on stage as a special guest.
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“@Rollingloud WHAT UP? THE #LIVESHOWKILLA BACK,” the 29-year-old rapper wrote on Instagram, posting images of himself diving off stage to surf in the crowd.
Rapper ‘Suge’ also shared a photo of himself with 50 Cent, thanking his friend for the invitation. “@ 50cent released the #LiveShowKilla for UPWARD FLIP SHIT AT @rollingloud tonight. Thank you always bruh.”
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According to TMZ, the organizers of Rolling Loud have pre-approved the appearance of DaBaby.
DaBaby’s return to the popular festival comes after his controversial performance at Rolling Loud Miami in July, where he told the crowd, “If you don’t show up today with HIV, AIDS or any of them. them, kill you in two to three weeks, then turn on your cell phone. “
At the time, the rapper also said, “Ladies, if your p —- smells of water, turn on your cell phone. Guys, if you don’t suck d — in the parking lot, turn on your phone. laptop upstairs. “
His comments were immediately criticized, and stars like Madonna, Elton John and her “Levitation” collaborator Dua Lipa condemned his derogatory remarks.
The six-time Grammy nominee was then banned from performing at numerous music festivals, from Lollapalooza in Chicago to Governors Ball in New York.
In her initial statement on her remarks, DaBaby apologized for spreading misinformation about HIV and members of the LGBTQ + community.
“Social media evolves so fast that people want to tear you down before you even have a chance to grow, educate and learn from your mistakes,” he wrote on Instagram in August.
“As a man who has had to fend for himself under very difficult circumstances, having people I know working publicly against me – knowing that what I needed was education on these topics and advice – was a challenge, ”he added.
“I appreciate the many people who have come to me with kindness, who have contacted me privately to offer me wisdom, education and resources. This is what I needed and it was received”, a- he continued.
“I want to apologize to the LGBTQ + community for the hurtful and triggering comments I made. Again, I apologize for my misinformed comments about HIV / AIDS and I know that education in this topic is important, ”he added. (ANI)
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