After weeks of controversy and dropping it from seven music festivals after it Anti-gay comments At Rolling Loud in Miami Gardens on July 26, DaBaby is back on stage tonight at the Hot 97 Annual Summer Jam in New Jersey. While there was a downpour or rain due to Hurricane Henry, rapper “Bob” took the time to address the controversy before jumping on the microphone. In a pre-recorded message, DaBaby once again apologized for the comments he made and emphasized that he did not intend to offend anyone.
In the video, he also took the time to thank Hot 97.”[Hot 97] You allowed me to share my gift, and to share my blessing with all of you here live on this platform amidst all the chaos and backlash,” Dababi said. “So I congratulate you all on that… They accepted my sincerity and all my apologies when I said I never meant to offend to anyone or say anything to make anyone feel any way to live on that stage a few weeks ago.”
DaBaby continued by saying that Hot 97 was also willing to shake his neck out on the line and willing to take on all odds with whatever is happening here in the world and still allow him to appear on stage and take advantage of their platform. according to compoundAfter recording, DaBaby performed Megan Thee Stallion’s “Cry Baby” in which he appeared. However, what he said might conflict with his apology. Reports indicate that he said the people who offended the rest of you were crying babies.”
Although “cancellation culture” isn’t something new that’s been discussed, some roommates were happy to see DaBaby back on stage. One commented, “It’s good. We all make mistakes. Let’s not be too specific.” Another commented,We’ve gone stick to his side. Rooms Rooms, drop a comment and tell us your thoughts below!
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