Did DaBaby issue a fake apology to the gay LGBTQ community? DaBaby is in the midst of having his career and finances destroyed, and it seems he has become desperate to salvage his image. Social Media thinks DaBaby is fake apologizing for homophobic comments he made at Rolling Loud, because it came only after he was dropped from Lollapalooza (8/1), Parklife (9/12), Governors Ball (9/24), and Day N Vegas (11/12).
In his apology to the LGTBQ gay community DaBaby accused social media of trying to destroy people before giving them an opportunity to “grow”. He claimed that he needed to be educated on topics he talked about during his homophobic rant at Rolling Loud, and said he was “misinformed”.
The only problem about this would be that apology came after he was dropped from all his upcoming shows, which some people feel makes it unauthentic. Some people even think DaBaby didn’t even write the apology.
Social Media Reactions to DaBaby’s apology to the LGBTQ Gay Community
Dababy’s new publicist walking in to their strategy meeting like pic.twitter.com/PtkwRbngrM— Winston Balogun 🇯🇲🇳🇬 (@YoungPrince_) August 2, 2021
An Apology from DaBaby after justifying and doubling down on his comments THREE times and losing 4 engagements is not an apology, it’s an attempt to save his dying career. pic.twitter.com/pdwGfO7c75— Antravis Bisou (@revivemilestone) August 2, 2021
With everyone saying DaBaby’s LGBTQ apology is fake, it’s clear he is stuck in a can’t win situation. This really could be the downfall of his career, because show money is known as artists’ main source of income. The next step will be radio stations and streaming platforms dropping his music, then it’s really a wrap for him.
He only has himself to blame for all this, because those comments he made on stage at Rolling Loud were unnecessary.
Author: JordanThrilla Staff