After weeks of controversy and the exclusion of seven music festivals after his homophobic remarks at Rolling Loud in Miami Gardens on July 26, DaBaby returned to the stage tonight at Hot 97’s annual Summer Jam concert in New Jersey. While there was a downpour or rain due to Hurricane Henri, rapper “Bop” took the time to address the controversy before hopping on the microphone. In a recorded message, DaBaby once again apologized for his comments and reiterated that he did not want to offend anyone.
In the video he also took the time to say thank you to Hot 97. “[Hot 97] allowed me to share my gift, share my blessing with all of you out here, live on this stage in the midst of all the chaos and backlash, ”said DaBaby. “So hats off for that … you accepted my sincerity and all of my apologies when I said a few weeks ago that I never, ever wanted to offend anyone or say anything to make someone feel like they were on this stage . “
DaBaby went on by saying that Hot 97 was also ready to stretch its neck on the line and brave all that is going on in the world against all odds and still allow him to get onto their stage come and use their platform. According to Complex, after the recording, DaBaby performed Megan Thee Stallions “Cry Baby,” in which he starred. However, it is what he said that might have contradicted his apology. He reportedly said that the people who were actually offended the rest of you were wine babies. “
Although “culture of abandonment” is not being discussed again, some of the roommates were happy to see DaBaby on stage again. One commented: “He’s good. We all make mistakes. Let’s not be too specific. “Another commented:”WE’VE STAYING BY HIM. ”Roommate, leave a comment and let us know what you think below!
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